MySQL plugin dependencies installed, but plugin page says otherwise

jayalfredprufrock 10 years ago updated by ValeriusSoft 6 years ago 9

I just recently installed Ajenti for the first time on RHEL 6.4. Everything went swimmingly and I must say I'm impressed with the interface and options thus far. However, when I go to the plugins page, the mysql plugin is listed but says I'm missing "mysql" dependency. When I click install, the terminal opens up only to tell me mysql is already installed and that there is nothing to do. The db_common plugin is installed just fine, and the plugin page shows that the "mysqld" dependency is fulfilled. I've rebooted my server and restarted ajenti to no avail, I still can't get the mysql plugin to show up under "services". From the terminal I can access mysql just fine by typing "mysql".

FYI I've installed PHP 5.5.3 and MySQL 5.5.33. Otherwise my install is pretty much vanilla. Has anybody had this problem before or have a suggestion for fixing things?



The dependency should actually be for package mysql-server. Fixed.

Have you restarted Ajenti after installing MySQL?

I'm having the same issue on a new 6.4 install running mysql-server-5.1.69-1.el6_4.x86_64.rpm


The dependency should actually be for package mysql-server. Fixed.

I am also having the same problem.

I am running:

CentOS release 6.4 (Final)

Linux 2.6.32-358.14.1.el6.x86_64 x86_64

mysql-server.x86_64  5.5.34-1.el6.remi

still having issue with mysql plugin, saying that i'm missing 'mysqld' dependency > mysql-server. i've install mysql-server and the alert is still there.

CentOS 6.4


I'm still having the same issue as well

VERSION="12.04.4 LTS, Precise Pangolin"
ssh >>
$ service stop ajenti
$ apt-get install -y mysql-server
$ mysql_secure_installation
$ service ajenti restart

I'm experiencing this problem on Ubuntu 14.04.1 how do fix it?