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Installing... 88% Module 'Magento_CatalogSampleData': Installing data..

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Installing... 88% Module 'Magento_CatalogSampleData': Installing data..

hi i try twice but same like before i m stuck 

 

Installing... 88% Module 'Magento_CatalogSampleData': Installing data..  

 

how much time it takes or how to skip this part. i m using sample data magento file.

 

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Re: Installing... 88% Module 'Magento_CatalogSampleData': Installing data..

See the browser's console for JavaScript errors and asynchronous requests' errors.

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Re: Installing... 88% Module 'Magento_CatalogSampleData': Installing data..

thank you. i change file. i install magento without sample data and its done but i my homepage broken http://107.170.56.241/sweet/ and admin not working http://107.170.56.241/sweet/admin_1bi7kw/ 

 

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Re: Installing... 88% Module 'Magento_CatalogSampleData': Installing data..

You should not install Magento on a top-level domain or IP address: https://github.com/magento/magento2/issues/2439

Use a second level virtual domain like localhost.com 

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Re: Installing... 88% Module 'Magento_CatalogSampleData': Installing data..

hi dmitry_fedyuk

 got same problem even i used fresh installation over http://themeness.com/ 

 

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Re: Installing... 88% Module 'Magento_CatalogSampleData': Installing data..

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Re: Installing... 88% Module 'Magento_CatalogSampleData': Installing data..

thank you.

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Re: Installing... 88% Module 'Magento_CatalogSampleData': Installing data..

@themeness I increase max_execution_time to 18000 but still the installation stuck !

Did this work with you ?

 

Regards

Abdusalam

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Re: Installing... 88% Module 'Magento_CatalogSampleData': Installing data..

how do you do that?!?

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Re: Installing... 88% Module 'Magento_CatalogSampleData': Installing data..

You need to edit your php.ini file. What is your environment like? Please provide your OS and server with versions so we can point to you the right direction regarding editing the file? If you have multiple php.ini files, the best way to find which ones are being used, is to create a temporary info.php file with <?php phpinfo(); ?>