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diri
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Magento can not be installed when PHP 5.2.5 has 64MB and a timeout of 900 seconds (Apache as well).

This forum forces me to log in each time before I want to save a posting as well as before I want to write it.

fix it, please. It’s no recommendation.

 
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You probably got your browser setup to reject session/cookies from magentocommerce.com, hence you can’t get a stateful presence on the forums. can’t really help ya with your install issue with only the above specified info.

 
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diri - 02 April 2008 08:09 AM

This forum forces me to log in each time before I want to save a posting as well as before I want to write it.

this was a true statement yesterday - you had to tick remeber password in the login box to get round it - but it appears to be fixed today - it probably had something to do with the upgrade of the site.

diri - 02 April 2008 08:09 AM

Magento can not be installed when PHP 5.2.5 has 64MB and a timeout of 900 seconds (Apache as well).

I am not suprised by this but have not proved it one way or another myself - the 64mb bit - though it certainly can be installed on 5.2.5 with a timeout of 900 seconds.

 
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golles - 02 April 2008 10:20 PM

diri - 02 April 2008 08:09 AM

This forum forces me to log in each time before I want to save a posting as well as before I want to write it.

this was a true statement yesterday - you had to tick remeber password in the login box to get round it - but it appears to be fixed today - it probably had something to do with the upgrade of the site.

Hmpf. I fear it’s related to forum software. I know such behaviour from phpBB even in it’s most recent incarnation.

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diri - 02 April 2008 08:09 AM
Magento can not be installed when PHP 5.2.5 has 64MB and a timeout of 900 seconds (Apache as well).

I am not suprised by this but have not proved it one way or another myself - the 64mb bit - though it certainly can be installed on 5.2.5 with a timeout of 900 seconds.

I will have a look at it when time permits. Maybe I must lower security settings (register_globals, fopen_url). If those settings must be set to on there is a real problem and we can wait to see hacked systems.

 
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diri
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I give up, it’s not installable. I’m not willing to open more doors for a shop system - there are too many doors open now. Security has very high priority when it comes to money.

 
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