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Any MySQL GUI app. software?

I have search through google for mysql gui app. like the phpmyadmin and found out that there's SQLYOG and MySQL browser, but could'nt find where to download the Linux version. Is there any other mysql gui app?
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Right now you can get mysql-query-browser from mysql.com downloads. But it's a little buggy. Someone said they will put it in Extras but I've been waiting for that a long time and it hasn't happened yet.
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