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phpMyInventory

phpMyInventory is a Web-based hardware and software asset-management system that is designed to track all of the systems in your inventory. It allows users to add software and peripherals to a system, and systems to a user. It uses PHP and MySQL and is based on the Syslist.com system.

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  •  17 May 2002 05:13

    Release Notes: This release includes UI improvements, security features, enhanced options for dealing with spare parts, input-validation, lots of bugfixes, and more.

    •  10 May 2000 05:14

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      Recent comments

      19 May 2002 10:44 djedery

      Re: Been looking for something to do just this for a long time
      Try v2.4

      22 Nov 2000 16:10 guruto

      Been looking for something to do just this for a long time
      phpmyinventory is just what i was looking for
      i have 23 server/workstations that i use just in
      a testing enviroment for a lot of different programs
      and operating sytems, which means that hardware is
      being swapped out all the time, or host names are
      going up and down with different OS's almost monthly
      once again this is awsome, if i could just figure out why
      my "move" column dosent show in my tables like on the screen shots
      i'd be able to make a spare parts list. that being the only flaw
      im experiencing

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