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  • try:

    // ** MySQL settings ** //

    define('BBDB_NAME', 'n22_n22');

    define('BBDB_USER', 'n22_n22');

    define('BBDB_PASSWORD', '123456');

    define('BBDB_HOST', 'db2.awardspace.com');

    $bb_table_prefix = 'bb_';

    $bb->domain = 'http://n22.awardspace.com';

    $bb->path = '/bbpress/';

    $bb->name = 'N22 Forums';

    // This must be set before running the install script!!!

    $bb->admin_email = 'haiyuezhang@hotmail.com';

    // Set to true if you want pretty permalinks.

    $bb->mod_rewrite = 'true';

    Double quotes is also inconsistent with the rest of config.php, which uses single quotes, throughout. I still can’t tell if Aksimet is working because when I go to the Content area of the Admin panel at http://mysite.com/bbpress/bb-admin/admin-base.php?plugin=bb_ksd_admin_page

    all I get is the bbPress footer logo stuff.

    mdawaffe asked:

    Did you put the .htaccess file in the forums directory?

    I guess I could have missed it, but I didn’t see anything talking about .htaccess during the basic install process. This looks like yet another item for the 1, 2, 3 Install List. I sooo appreciate the desire to keep this SIMPLE, SIMPLE, SIMPLE but if a 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 process would actually cover everything, that would be effectively more simple than a three-stepper that leaves out just enough to throw folks a tiny bit off track. Just my 2 cents.

    peiqinglong’s clarification:

    First off, I would go back to the beginning. Delete all the bbpress files that you put into your WP directory. Then create a sub directory inside of WP, bbpress, or something. Put all of bbpress in there.

    Should be included on the 1, 2, 3 Step Installation Page, which should read:

    1. Unzip to a sub directory of WP e.g., ‘bbpress’. This will become part of your forum URL http://yourcoolsite.com/bbpress/.
    2. Copy config-sample.php to config.php and fill in the necessary details.
    3. Load bb-admin/install.php and do what it tells you.

    Let basking be the RESULT of the process, rather than hogging up 33% of the 1, 2, 3 process. :)

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