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Those two line look fine to me.
You are definitely missing files, though: http://www.thai-boxing.org/muay-thai-forum/bb-includes/
Not all of them are there.
Are you trying to integrate bbPress with WordPress? That would explain why bbPress did not complain that wp-functions.php was missing.In reply to: Using WP template tags
require_once(dirname(dirname(__FILE__)) . '/wp-config.php');
in bbPress’ config.php.
What webserver are you two using? This initial release didn’t receive much testing under IIS. There could still be some bugs there.
Also, please try installing the official release, garymill. There were several changes between October 12th and the final version, some of which dealt with login issues.
It looks like your install is not complete. Try downloading it again and trying from scratch.In reply to: Changing the style.css file
A hint: copy the original style.css to a new directory called my-templates/ and modify that one.
No one can login, or just you?
Does your WP username have any spaces or “funny” characters in it?In reply to: Installation to sub domain Error 400
What is the url you’re tring to install it to?
If that’s the case, you need to install bbPress in the directory on your server that that url points to. You config should then look like:
$bb->domain = 'http://subdomain.domain.com';
$bb->path = '/forums/';In reply to: RSS problemIn reply to: *sigh* installation error
define('WP_BB', true);, you still have to call the WordPress script yourself.
require_once('../wp-config.php');(or whatever the right path is) in bbPress’ config.php.In reply to: Login Errors
Users with spaces:
You way be able to get away with creating a plugin that overrides
bb_set_current_userwith your own functions of the same name. If not, you’ll probablp have to edit the
user_sanitizefunction. That function should probably be made pluggable.
I’ll try to get more details about this soon.
I assume you are talking about defining the constant
WP_BB. All this does is tell bbPress not to load certain functions. It does not include the wp-config file for you (haw would it know where to look?). You need to do that yourself. I’d suggest
require_once('../wp-config.php');(or where ever it is) in bbPress’
bbPress can generate a sample .htaccess file for you if you log in and browse to bb-admin/rewrite-rules.php. Copy the output and save it into your .htaccess file. Alternatively, you might be able to forgo the rewrite rules and instead set