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hteles 30th March 2006 17:41

ISPconfig Mysql detection bug?
 
Hi.

I can't seem to pass the Mysql installation on Slackware 10.2 or current.
IMHO there is a bug with the routine for checking Mysql in setup2 script.

The check for mysql is
Code:

netstat -ta | grep -i mysql > /dev/null
and should be
Code:

netstat -tap | grep -i mysql > /dev/null
More info here:
http://www.linuxpackages.net/forum/v...ic.php?p=78140

till 30th March 2006 22:02

I guess thats a problem related only to slackware. The command option "-ta" is correct, it looks for the service name mysql, not for the process name mysql.

I guess in /etc/services on slackware the mysql port is not defined?


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