Installing Jetpack with BuddyPress on WordPress [not working]

Jetpack is a great WordPress plugin by WordPress. It takes many of the features available to users and integrates them into your self hosted WordPress site.

I spent hours trying to get it to work. Finally after searching the forums and stumbling across this post: I was able to get it working!

Basically the problem is this: Jetpack and BuddyPress together use more ram than allowed by PHP. All it takes is an update to your php.ini file to fix the problem. I doubled the amount of memory (32mb) to 64mb for my installation. I won’t explain how to do this as long as lost-in-code still have their excellent tutorial.






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