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  • Resolved ashes999

    (@ashes999)


    When I try to activate the latest WP Super Cache on my blog, I get a standard “Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.” error, but without any further details.

    I’ve tried increasing my WP memory to 64mb (had some memory issues before), uninstalling, deleting, and reinstalling the plugin a couple of times, disabling and removing dead and unused plugins, but the error persists.

    I checked my server and PHP logs, and I didn’t find any PHP errors. I have it working fine on another WP 2.9 installation on the very same server (under an addon domain).

    What should I do?

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  • Did you have wp-cache installed before?

    ashes999

    (@ashes999)

    I’m not sure. I would guess that, more likely than not, I did have it installed at one point in time.

    ashes999

    (@ashes999)

    Interestingly, I just tried installing the latest wp-cache now; it exhibits the same error precisely…

    Hmm.

    Follow the “If all else fails” instructions in the readme files. That should sort it out.

    ashes999

    (@ashes999)

    It works!!! You’re the best 😀

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