Having read through all the other topics I could find on the subject, here's what we've encountered.
our downloads are .zip files, the largest one is just over 40MB
We get a seemingly corrupted download via safari (unzipped recursively as .zip.cpkg) (archive is not corrupt, downloads fine from direct link)
I get the following error in FF:
"The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because an error in the data transmission was detected."
php v 5.2.17
I have made sure that we have allow_url_fopen set to "on" in phpinfo.
The host provider does not allow memory_limit higher than 30MB, but files smaller than 30MB have the same issue, and I get no warning about memory allocation.
Can you suggest any other .ini settings that I should check out?
Here's the download url as it appears in the confirmation email:
Been banging my head against this and am at a bit of a loss.
I'd prefer not to ask my client to upgrade their hosting plan unless I am confident that the increased memory_limit will resolve the issue.
I'll jump on any pointers or suggestions.