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Hi folks,

I currently have my site up and running with a Mambo installation in public_html/ which was installed over a year ago and as such is probably way out of date.

I am wanting to switch over to ocPortal which looks way easier to use, so the other day I used Installatron to install it to public_html/ocportal. Supposedly I can go do http://mysite.com/ocportal/... and view this installation, but I get the error

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Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 262144 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 7680 bytes) in /home/mysite/public_html/ocportal/sources/support.php on line 504



I have created a php.ini file in the /ocportal/ directory with the line:
memory_limit = 128MB
but that didn't make any difference.

I renamed recommended .htaccess in the /ocportal/ directory to .htaccess so now I get a 500 Internal Server error instead.

by the way how do I edit .htaccess file [or even find it for that matter] in the cPanel file manager? For some reason it's not showing up, not even the .htaccess file in public_html.

If anyone can give me some guidance or knows what's going on, I will be most appreciative.

Cheers


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memory_limit = 128M

"MB" is not recognised. It's pretty stupid – someone should probably open a PHP bug about it, as it surely would be easy for them to sort out. I see people make the mistake all the time.


Try plain.htaccess instead.


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