Error on running Setup Wizard

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Hello Chris,
I just installed a new site.
However, on running the setup wizard, I get an error after the last step

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Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 528384 bytes) in /home/nettersp/holidaysng/sources/tempcode_compiler.php on line 163
Critical error – bailing out
This is an error that has been elevated to critical error status because it occurred during the primary error mechanism reporting system itself (possibly due to it occurring within the standard output framework). It may be masking a secondary error that occurred before this, but was never output - if so, it is likely strongly related to this one, thus fixing this will fix the other.
Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 528384 bytes) [sources/tempcode_compiler.php at 163]
Details here are intended only for the website/system-administrator, not for regular website users.
» If you are a regular website user, please let the website staff deal with this problem.
Depending on the error, and only if the website installation finished, you may need to edit the installation options (the _config.php file).
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Composr is a CMS for building websites, developed by ocProducts.
A new theme is successfully created, the settings I choose on the first step (websites information)  are saved, aside these I think nothing else changed.
Am using the version from github and I guess this is the reason for the error, just don't know what to do next.
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Hi,

We'll resolve, however you shouldn't use direct from github. It has absolutely every non-bundled addon we have installed, including ones that will make your site very insecure. The issue here is likely that the amount that is installed is causing too much memory usage for your particular hosting environment.

It's vital for end-users to use a proper distributed package from our download page.


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I would try the package from the download page then.
However I tried to run delete_alien_files.php following the instructions on the  download page and the script had to be ran via command line. Could it be possible to remove this restriction just in case  one without command line access could use, maybe in a test environment.
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enelson said

I would try the package from the download page then.
However I tried to run delete_alien_files.php following the instructions on the  download page and the script had to be ran via command line. Could it be possible to remove this restriction just in case  one without command line access could use, maybe in a test environment.

Sorry it's truly developers-only, and I would expect developers to have SSH access to any servers they use. The restriction is important because of security - I'm imagining someone accidentally including the script in a live site, then a hacker tricking an admin to go to it and then many of their addons vanishing. We could make some kind of login form for it, but then we'd be bloating up the code.

enelson said

I would try the package from the download page then.
However I tried to run delete_alien_files.php following the instructions on the  download page and the script had to be ran via command line. Could it be possible to remove this restriction just in case  one without command line access could use, maybe in a test environment.

Sorry it's truly developers-only, and I would expect developers to have SSH access to any servers they use. The restriction is important because of security - I'm imagining someone accidentally including the script in a live site, then a hacker tricking an admin to go to it and then many of their addons vanishing. We could make some kind of login form for it, but then we'd be bloating up the code.


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