thanks, I hope I get to try this soon!
also, I read there is a way to remove the modules so that I can avoid this problem. How would I remove them before installing them? I figure I can do this, then upgrade later when the new version comes out, if that would be possible.
It would be a shame to strip down what really is the best tool for delivering online education.
If you send a support request to your web hosting provider, they should be able to adjust these settings for you. There are many, many web hosts out there so they "should" bend over backwards to help you!
I think you can simply delete the folders with the modules you're not planning to use (before installing Moodle) - they're all in mod/ folder.
But as a recommended solution I would second what Brett said:
- Contact your current provider and ask them to change the limit for you
- If they refuse, look for another provider
- If for any reason you can't, only as the last option, delete the modules
I'm not sure, but I think throwing out unnecessary languagefiles can also help (but you have to keep en! )
Anyone who can confirm that ?