Support » Plugin: Steemit Feed » Fatal Error

  • I cannot activate the plugin. I get a “Fatal Error” notification with the following information
    /wp-content/plugins/steemit-feed/includes/class-steemit-feed-data.php on line 143

    My website is hosted with a hosting company. I do not have access to php.ini

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  • Plugin Author Minitek.gr

    (@minitekgr)

    Hi there,

    Can you send me some screenshots of the feed backend parameters? (data source)

    k5jat

    (@k5jat)

    I have the exact same issue on one of my . Nothing else is displayed, just “Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.”

    WordPress Version: 4.8.1
    Current WordPress Theme: Floki Child version 0.0.1floki
    Theme Author: RoRezervationz - http://norez.co/
    Theme URI: http://norez.co/
    Active Plugins: akismet/akismet.php | backwpup/backwpup.php | debug-info/debug-info.php | disable-comments/disable-comments.php | google-sitemap-generator/sitemap.php | jetpack/jetpack.php | manage-issue-based-magazine/index.php | meta-widget-customizer/meta-widget-customizer.php | really-simple-ssl/rlrsssl-really-simple-ssl.php | siteorigin-panels/siteorigin-panels.php | tinymce-advanced/tinymce-advanced.php | w3-total-cache/w3-total-cache.php | youtube-embed-plus/youtube.php | 
    PHP Version: 5.3.3
    MySQL Version: 5.6.37
    Apache Version: This information is not available.

    I actually installed it a week or two ago on a different site and it installed ok. I was also able to update tonight and it completed without issue.

    • This reply was modified 2 years ago by  . Reason: More info that it installed on a different site a week or two ago
    k5jat

    (@k5jat)

    Update: I installed PHP 7.0.10 and it activated fine. It looks like it doesn’t support php 5.3.3, which is default for CentOS 6.9 (latest 6.x with all updates). I would upgrade it to CentOS 7, but my VPS provider doesn’t have the capability to reinstall the OS.

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