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Trouble with installing buddypress

  • Hello everyone,

    I have recently installed wordpress (which is working fine) and I now want to add buddypress plugin. I go to add plugin and then I search for buddypress and i click on install. Then it requests username-password and host name, but when I click on continue, there is a message that “Cannot find the WordPress (wp-content) content folder”. I logged in with filezilla just to check that there *is* such folder, and as it should be there is. However, I cannot understand why it cannot find it. Is it because I have the “greek” version? However, folder names are still in english…

    please help! thanks

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  • intimez


    Since you also use filezilla, have you tried to upload the buddypress to the plugins folder (wp-content/plugins) instead of from search?



    wordpress requires a huge amount of memory to load … arround 30Mb …
    when you are activating buddypress it requires more ….

    running phpinfo I found the default memory limit was 34MB
    via .htaccess i have increased my memory to 64M now it is working fine i can access my wp-admin

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