Support » Plugins » [Plugin: WP Super Cache] Installation problem

  • I tryed to set and use WP-Super-Cache on my localhost development blog, but I managed to activate plugin on plugin panel, and when I tried to oped plugin settings page, I got nothing. Output by server stops after this:

    <div class="wrap"><h2>WP Super Cache Manager</h2>

    After that nothing is rendered, and I can’t activate plugin. I tried all things from FAQ for the plugin, nothing works.

    My localhost is on Apache from WampServer package on Windows XP. Am I doing something wrong?

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  • Anything in your php error log?

    Nothing, all is clean. No apache log errors, no php. Also, this is my development enviroment, so PHP errors will be displayed and logged.

    Weird. There’s an option in the php.ini to display startup errors. I find when that’s activated a few more things show up.
    Also, check wp-content/wp-cache-config.php – any errors there?

    File looks ok, but it’s not even loaded during the page initialization, I checked using debugger.

    I wanted to test and adjust my GD STar Rating plugin and the dynamic content generated by ratings to work with cache, and I will try over the weekend to figure out what the problem can be. I would like to test things on my development setup, before moving all that to production blogs for real life testing. Hopefully we can find the solution for this problem.


    I too tried to setup WP-Super-Cache on my localhost blog. I’m using Apache in XAMPP on Windows Vista. The plugin activation page cuts off at the exact same spot, and all logs are clean. I’ve noticed this problem for almost three months, but am only now getting around to trying to fix it. Did you ever find a solution to this problem?

    I can’t debug this because I don’t have a Windows machine to test it on. Sorry.

    wp_cache_check_link() in wp-cache.php fails silently on Windows at line 960 due to

    php readlink() doesn’t exist on Windows

    I had similar issue on localhost/XP setup….Did you have advanced-cache.php and wp-cache-config.php in wp-content folder? Does wp-config.php have the ‘wp-cache’ enabled? Once I manually put those files there, and enabled wp-cache, the settings page came up.

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