i'm sorry but i seem to be completely missing your point.
mysql accepts incoming requests on a specific socket (can't remember which
one, but postgresql is 5432) and therefore where you are is not an issue.
i administer databases via a modem connection that sit on servers somewhere
in the states.
i install mysql and php in windows and then develop at home, then i update
the live db throught mysql-front.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alexander Skwar [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: 13 July 2001 10:15
> To: Steve Brett; Alexander Skwar; Matthew Loff; Steve Brett; 'Steph';
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> Subject: RE: [PHP] Alternative to phpMyAdmin
> > if you install mysql on a windoze machine then you can
> administer ANY > mysql database going through the socket.
> Okay, for a development this may be fine, but I still fail to
> see how a tool that runs on your own computer (no matter if
> it's a Windows tool, or a Linux tool) can help you administer
> databases which are not on the same computer (unless the
> mysql database on the providers server can be contacted from
> any machine and not just from "localhost").
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