This is not a Pligg issue. Your host has disabled the php function ini_set(). You will need to contact your host.
Tnks ChuckRoast. I called my host and they disabled this php function for me. Now pligg 2 is working!
you can modify max_execution_time in php.ini. If you do not have access to it or do not know how to do it. ask Your host to do it for you.
My host tell me set_time_limit is obsolete for current php version installed on the server, I must modify by the following:
How do I do?
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