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You need to have the following server settings/options configured: Supported web servers: Apache, LiteSpeed, Nginx, Lighttpd, IIS, WebServerX, uWSGI php7.4x max cURL support = enabled allow_url_fopen = on ========================================== Recommended settings for your -> php.ini file. (or user.ini file) depending on your host. error_reporting = E_ALL|E_NOTICE|E_STRICT display_errors = Off log_errors = On memory_limit = 256M max_input_vars = 20000 max_execution_time = 300 max_input_time = 600 upload_max_filesize = 100M And for using maps you may need to go ahead and add these to the php.ini file as well. extension=pdo.so extension=pdo_mysql.so extension=pdo_sqlite.so extension=sqlite.so ========================================== MYSQL MariaDB latest version as long as it that matches PHP level shown above. You MUST disable strict mode! - If you attempt to install and get an activation error then this may be the reason! If you are on a vps or dedicated server then you will typically need to do this in 2 places = phpmyadmin as root under variables link (google it) and also in the etc/my.cnf and then reboot mysql and it should be good to go. (if you're on a managed hosting then they typically already have "Stric" turned off as we do on our servers.) ========================================== Next you will possibly need to open up TCP ports if RETS connection fails and or you have any of these "Numbers" within your RETS connection url. TCP - 6103 | 6160 | 8080 * example url: http://rets.torontomls.net:6103/rets-treb3pv/server/login ========================================== Next are (3) of the plugins we typically use to troubleshoot support tickets with... you may want to give them a try. wptools - https://wordpress.org/plugins/wptools/ (used for quickly seeing your actual server/hosting settings so that you can troubleshoot settings) phpmyadmin - https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-phpmyadmin-extension/ (used for a simple phpMyAdmin/Mysql panel access to view/alter the database tables) wp-filemanager - https://wordpress.org/plugins/file-manager-advanced/ (used to gain FTP access to "all files" from the website)