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Although “redir” indicated mod_rewrite working. But, that doesn’t seem to be working on “http://www.make2for1.com/forum/general” testing, or it would output similar result like “http://make2for1.com/forum.php?id=1” did.
No idea why “RewriteRule ^forum/([^/]+)/?$ /forum.php?id=$1 [L,QSA]” didn’t match on your forums.
What was the file path of 404 in web server’s log (using rewrite rules), when accessed “http://www.make2for1.com/forum/general”?In reply to: fix to: RSS XML Parsing Error
rss2.phptemplate possibly has additional space and a new line,
<?xml version="1.0"?>should be send at first place (after http header), but it’s not on your forum.
sub-domain? did you mean add-on domain?
You just need to move (re-install) all bbPress files up a level. If you installed them into
mv public_html/konpaforum.com/bbpress/* public_html/konpaforum.com/
If you want to integrate into WordPress, then leave them and install WordPress in
public_html/konpaforum.com/, would be a good idea.
Didn’t read the question completely. I provided a fix for an error, which was caused by another error.
Just follow what goldfinger said, then the problem should be solved.
$bb->uri = 'http://konpaforum.com/bbpress/';
(edit: missing tailing semi-colon)In reply to: pretty permalinks problemIn reply to: Login Intergration Problem
It has been fixed in trunk, but you may need to wait for 0.8.4.
I think bbPress works normal, but WordPress may not. After you logging in WordPress, is that logging effective? Can you get into WordPress admin pages?
I think you only need
$bb->cookiepath = '/';
If this is not working, please check your browser’s cookies. See what WordPress and bbPress send to you with what host and path. If you not sure what to check, try to clean cookies, then log in WordPress and bbPress.
What did you exactly correct? I meant what caused this problem?
(edit: How did you know it was working? I didn’t notice your 404 doesn’t give the url information. Please use the following code for testing
RewriteRule redir youcantfindme [R=301,L]
This time please check the browser’s address, and make sure you read http://make2for1.com/youcantfindme. If you do read that, please continue to the following testing.)
$bb->debug = 1;to your
$forum_id = 0;
Then navigate to
http://www.make2for1.com/forum/general, once you done, post the result and DO NOT REMOVE this modification (allow us to check it).
l10n.phpof bbPress wasn’t loaded.
Did you also do a WordPress FUNCTIONS integration?
What is your
config.phpof bbPress? (you can post it to http://bbpress.pastebin.com , remember to remove dbname, dbuser, dbpassword)
There is a setting can force bbPress to access specific cookie path (like
/, that is what you need), but I don’t remember what it is. You can try to search for that.
If you find that post, please also link to it in this topic.
Have you followed the steps of How do I get Pretty Permalinks working??
Did you replace
config.php?In reply to: (Installation Problem) Help , it’s gone all wrong!
I assume you did an overlap install of bbPress onto WordPress!
index.php, the first three files are not in bbPress; and you say you have clean up bbPress files. So, DID YOU DO AN OVERLAP INSTALL???
If so, just download WordPress package, and extract
index.phpfrom it, then put it into
@italways, was you installing WordPress and bbPress in this directory hierarchy:
Could you test your
mod_rewriteis really working on http://make2for1.com/
Please add the following to the top of
RewriteRule redir youcantfindme
Use browser and navigate to http://make2for1.com/redir
If you read
/youcantfindmewas not found, then
mod_rewritedoes work.In reply to: Apostrophe issue
Could be plugins. Try to deactivate (or activate?) one by one to find out which cause this.In reply to: Can someone make a ticket for me?
You must login, then click on New Ticket.
WordPress Support/Extend/Trac and bbPress Forums/Extend/Trac all can be logged in with the same username and password.In reply to: Plugin: Enhanced Registration
I am thinking to use another approach (current method is extremely stupid, just like me):
activate_beforeusermeta. When user registering,
activate_beforeis set as
registered+ 72 hours (depends on current setting). User need to log in within 72 hours, or to be deleted.
No need to plug
Also have something
remove_methodfor doing deletion or switching to
inactiverole when user doesn’t log in before deadline. And having
last_logincan allow admin to make a yearly cleaning up those accounts didn’t log in for a long time. Ask them (by emails?) to log in, or will be switch to
inactiverole and send a notification mail for a response from them, then could be deleted in anytime if they don’t respond.
Just some thoughts, what do you think?In reply to: Print out password instead of through email
I remember there is a post about this. Anyway, I made one.
Put this in plugin folder: http://bbpress.pastebin.com/f271761bf , use any filename you like
And this to
echo "<p>Your password is: $STP_password</p>";
Activate plugin and test.
Yes, you surely can’t, cite from
· --socket=path, -S path
For connections to localhost, the Unix socket file to use, or, on
Windows, the name of the named pipe to use.
No remote IPC, if you can communicate via TCP/IP from remote, why use unix socket?