Thanks for getting in touch. TubePress supports PHP 7 from version 5.1.2 and up, so updating 1 to the latest version of TubePress should resolve these errors. Please let us know if there is anything else we can do to assist!
Performing a manual upgrade should clear things up. You can do this by completing the following steps:
1. Delete the entire /www/mysitegc_487/public/wp-content/plugins/tubepress_pro_5_1_0 directory
2. Perform a fresh install of TubePress Pro 5.1.5 1
That should take care of it, but please let us know if we can do anything else to assist.
So sorry for the continued frustration! Are you willing and able to share both WP and FTP admin access with us? If so, please do so via a private ticket: http://support.tubepress.com/customer/portal/emails/new. We’ll be happy to log in on your behalf and troubleshoot. Please let us know.
Typically this error means that your site is trying to load several plugins, and TubePress is simply “the straw that broke the camel’s back.” This article 1 explains some techniques you might try, but we’d recommend contacting your host as they’ll be able to raise your site’s memory limit.
Without being able to see the problem firsthand, what’s likely happening is that during TubePress activation your web server’s memory limit is exhausted. You will need to either:
1. Disable some plugins to free up memory, then activate TubePress. You should then be able to reactivate any plugins that you disabled. After activation, TubePress consumes a very small amount of memory, but activation is computationally expensive.
2. Ask your web host to increase your PHP memory limit.
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