Here at Yohz Software, we receive the occasional email asking if our PostgreSQL-centric products run on Linux. Being Windows applications, our products will run on Linux but requires Wine (the software, not the drink). DB Doc has been able to run on Ubuntu since 2014, and we recently installed and ran PgComment and SQL Multi Select on Ubuntu 17.04 and Fedora 25.
SQL Multi Select on Fedora 25 and PlayOnLinux:
DB Doc on Ubuntu and Wine.
There are the occasional GUI quirks, which we try to fix as soon as possible, which is why you sometimes see different text and/or images if you run the same application on Windows. If you discover any quirks/inconsistencies we have overlooked, please do drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Well, SQL Multi Select mostly runs on Ubuntu 17.04 with Wine 2.0.1. Instructions for installing Wine 2.0.1 on Ubuntu 17.04 can be found here.
- running multiple statements in a script
- using scripts located on Linux file system
- displaying images in result set
- using the command line interface to run projects
- connecting to PostgreSQL databases via SSL connections
- exporting results to text files and SQLite database
What doesn’t work:
- clicking on the summary file to open it – you’ll need to manually locate and open the file
- help file won’t open because it’s in a chm format – use the online help instead (http://www.yohz.com/help/dbdoc/index.html)
If you come across any other functionality that doesn’t work on Ubuntu, please do drop us a line at email@example.com.