Advise program for modeling MySQL database Ubuntu

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Need a program to design a MySQL database with a graphical display of connections and automatic code generation for creating tables.
Is there such a Linux and what is the best, easy for a beginner?
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MySQL Workbench (http://wb.mysql.com/)
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I think the latest solution utilizing the latest technology will help you
so
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a piece of paper up to A0 inclusive
handle
small drawing skills (school grades 1-2)
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auto-generated code:
memorized mana from the site of the muscle
skorabahataya
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Of course it was banter, but such utility is only needed to those who need to create a database schema for the first time and once. to regularly create schemes they don't fit: the speed of creating them is very low, and the errors often have to correct manually.
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've been looking for and stopped on the Designer in phpMyAdmin
less convenient, easily placed, and phpmyadmin is usually everywhere
\rwww.phpmyadmin.net/home_page/images/screenshots/designer.png
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desktop utilities I have not found...
dbdesigner was, then he left fork, and the like bent...
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Also quite long googled, but found nothing other than programs from "Tora"(to build circuits like it can not), don't be surprised if it didn't exist. In the end, did everything in phpMyAdmin, it is a pity that there is no way to build a schema with constraints.
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Used DBDesigner under Wine om. It is quite comfortable and has many functions.
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No, really wb.mysql.com/ mysql Workbench is quite usable thing. Sharpened by muscul, there are code generation, automatic generation of Alter scripts
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dia, but no autogeneration of code, although if you search I think you can find a plugin to it.
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