Have a fresh Wordpress install and am getting the following error message installing plugins and themes.
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Running in Chrome. I have other Wordpress installs with other hosting sites that are working okay.
This often happens to me... but when hosting on Windows.
I have several customers hosting their services on GoDaddy servers, some under Linux and some under Windows, both with Plesk, and when I try to install/update plugins and/or themes under Windows hosting plans, I also got that problem, but never got it when doing it under Linux hosting plans.