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One option is to download a 'package' such as XAMPP for Linux. Not through the Repositories, but from apache.org directly.It installs php, mysql phpmyadmin and more, all at once, fully configured to work off the shelf.

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SQL has a function to export the database/table information (how it is set up/table information/records) to a text file, which can then be imported by any other SQL database, although I forget exactly what the function isif you are running phpMyAdmin, there is an option somewhere within it to do that for you (but it has also been about 6 months since I used phpMyAdmin, so... its somewhere), and I would bet most other SQL managing apps have a similar function built in

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