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Installation Error – call to undefined function

  • I’ve followed the installation instructions, including saving bb-config-sample.php as bb-config.php with the correct values (although it doesn’t say to do this in the bbpress installation instructions). When I go to the intended URL of the bbpress site I get the following error:

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function: wp_kses_no_null() in /homepages/45/d144276697/htdocs/ on line 240

    I have a wordpress installation in /news/ of the domain, and attempting to put bbpress into /news/forum/

    WordPress: 2.6.2


    Any thoughts?

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  • chrishajer


    WordPress 2.6.2 and bbPress are not compatible with cookies and logins. But I don’t think that would create this problem. Are you trying to have integrated users and logins between WordPress and bbPress?

    Also, re: bb-config-sample.php, the web installer can take care of modifying the sample file and creating a bb-config.php. It didn’t used to do that, but it can take care of it now.

    I’m not trying to have integrated users & logins between wordpress & bbpress.

    Following my approach from above, I have been able to get bbpress 1.0-Alpha working without doing anything different than I did with



    If you’re not trying to integrate then the WordPress version does not matter.

    I installed a while back and did not have that problem. Glad you got 1.0-Alpha working.

    Hey I just got:

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function do_action() in /usr/local/gathera/bbpress/index.php on line 6

    Apache/2.0.55 (Ubuntu) mod_jk/1.2.14 PHP/5.1.2

    BBPress: version

    I don’t know if it matters but, last week I installed bbpress on a server without any problems. So this week I try to install it on another server, but I just got the line above and a redirect to bb-admin/install.php. But when I click the link(“let’s get started”) I see the line above again and redirects to the same page. The only difference between the two I have noticed is that one have an WordPress Installation (I didn’t activate integration, I just ignore it).

    I’m really lost. Any ideas?

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