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Close – but 404 on topics and profiles

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  • Michael Adams (mdawaffe)
    Participant

    @mdawaffe

    In what diretory is the .htaccess file located?


    djuggler
    Member

    @djuggler

    ~/siliconholler.com/forums/


    jaycarter
    Member

    @jaycarter

    I’ve got the same problem. I originally was trying to integrate with wp to my directory structure is http://www.chapelhillteam.org/blog/forums.

    I get a 404 with

    “The requested URL /blog/forums/topic/2?replies=1 does not exist.”

    Get the same thing on profiles.


    Iggy22
    Member

    @iggy22

    Hi guys. I seem to be getting the same thing as well.

    Got through the installation all right. Very basic installation. Nothing fancy with subdomains, just straight directory installation to http://brettcrhodes.com/bbPress

    Can log in as “admin” all right.

    Can’t view “admin” user profile which is supposed to be here: http://brettcrhodes.com/bbPress/profile/1

    The /profile/1 directory and file doesn’t exist.

    Can’t view topic at: http://brettcrhodes.com/bbPress/topic/1

    The /topic/1 directory and file don’t exit.

    Can add forums and topics but can view them as subdirectories don’t seem to be getting created.

    Any thoughts or suggestions?

    Thanks.


    jaycarter
    Member

    @jaycarter

    You know I took another look at making pretty permanent links and did that again with the .htaccess and all and I’m not getting the “The requested URL /blog/forums/topic/2?replies=1 does not exist.” anymore.

    But now I’m getting bb_get_user needs a numeric ID.


    berberber
    Member

    @berberber

    Solution :

    in includes/template-functions.php

    replace

    switch ( bb_find_filename($_SERVER) ) :

    by

    switch ( bb_find_filename($_SERVER) ) :


    Robert
    Member

    @hartlrobert

    I had the same partial 404-links.

    For me the right htaccess solved the issue.

    It was really the missing Options +MultiViews in the .htaccess (root or bbpress-folder – both works). So maybe You’ve a further look?

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