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In reply to: "bbp_plugin_dir_url" filter not working?
I guess I’m doing it wrong… can someone please enlighten me?
So did you see the tables created in the database?
I don’t know, but maybe it is because of the GoDaddy ads causing something weir.
I remember installing WordPress 2.6 in their free hosting once, and when I logged in to the admin page there was an infinite loop that didn’t let me do anything.
Do you have PHP4 or 5 set in your hosting account? (with PHP4 it doesn’t create the first forum, and that’s the reason why it doesn’t allow you to log in to the admin panel, but in that case, it show a page to upgrade bbPress, not to install it again, so I guess this is not your problem).
Was there any error shown in the log it appears at the end of the installation?In reply to: Installation step 3 error – cannot create forum
This issue is because of PHP4. If your server supports PHP5 you can force PHP5 to execute all .php files. Add the following into an .htaccess file in the directory of your forum:
AddHandler x-httpd-php5 .php
I just tried it and it worked.
I was going to start a new topic with almost the same problem.
First off, I’m trying to integrate WordPress MU 2.8.3 and bbPress 1.0.2
The problem I have is the second one behe101 stated before.
When I access my site through WordPress everything works fine. When I access my site through bbPress, and then try to go to http://www.mydomain.com/wp-admin/, it redirects me here: http://www.mydomain.com/wp-login.php?redirect_to=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.mydomain.com%2Fwp-admin%2F
I’ve followed Sam’s screencast, step by step, and tried it over three times with fresh installs… but still happens the same. It happens something like described here: https://mu.wordpress.org/forums/topic/13125
But I don’t know, I did copy/paste exactly what the bbPress Integration plugin output into the wp-config.php file.
Also, when I go to the home page of the site I can see I’m logged in:
This is a WordPress Mu powered site.
* Site Admin
* Log out
* Create a new blog
* Edit this file at wp-content/themes/home/home.php with your favourite text editor and customize this screen.
But it still won’t access the administration dashboard.