gogoplata (@gogoplata)

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    I’m running 1.0.2 BuddyPress with WPMU 2.8.1 and bbPress 1.0.1 without issues but if you’re having problems setting up shared logins see this ticket (https://trac.bbpress.org/ticket/1136). That issue had me stuck for hours but leaving the blogid for WPMU blank in bbPress fixed my problems instantly, so hopefully that’ll help you get everything setup.

    @sambauers – Should I define COOKIEHASH in wp-settings or wp-config? I’ve seen both methods mentioned in various places and am curious if one is preferred/required? Thanks!

    I’ve sync’ed the keys/salts between bbPress and WPMU, defined COOKIE_DOMAIN (‘.domain.com) and COOKIEPATH (‘/’) in wp-config, installed the wordpress plugin, and defined the COOKIEHASH in WPMU (wp-settings.php) based on the speed-up settings in bbPress and still no luck with cookie sharing.

    I’m running bbPress 1.0-alpha-4 and WPMU 2.7.

    Is there anything I’ve left out and/or overlooked?


    Sam – If you could explain setting the cookie names/COOKIEHASH for WPMU in more detail that’d be greatly appreciated. I’m working on integrating with WPMU and BuddyPress and can’t get cookies to sync so any details you can offer would be greatly appreciated.

    In reply to: WordPress required??

    They are completely independent platforms, but can be integrated if needed.

    I’m still attempting to integrate bbPress with WPMU 2.7 and BuddyPress. Is this plugin compatible with WPMU 2.7 and BuddyPress? Is it required to get cookies shared? Where should it be installed in WPMU (plugins vs. mu-plugins)?

    Thanks in advance for your help!

    Another option which I have had success with is to use bbPress 0.9 with WPMU 2.6.2 but only integrate the users, not the cookies. Users will need to login separately to the forums but their same login/password combination will work on WPMU and bbPress.

    Hope that helps.

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