Posts Tagged ‘mysql’

Update 2012-04-25: mysql workbench has now appeared in the universe package archive. You should be able to install it with a simple:

sudo apt-get install mysql-workbench

Read on if you still want to compile from source.

Right now (2012-04-04), Ubuntu 12.04 hasn’t been released yet, and so there is no binary package from Oracle of MySQL Workbench for Precise. I managed to get the MySQL Workbench binaries for Oneiric to run, by manually installing libzip1_0.9.3-1_amd64.deb from Oneiric, but this wasn’t stable (crashed as soon as I tried to run a SQL Query).

So I decided to build from source. Here’s how I did it (more…)

As we’re starting to get into cloud technology in a big way here, I decided to take part in Ubuntu’s IRC training days on the subject, Ubuntu Cloud Days.  While the material covered was often more low-level than what we are likely to use in the short term, I found the sessions on Ensemble and CloudInit to be particularly useful, as they’ll be directly applicable to our upcoming GWAS work on the ec2 cloud.