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WordPress 3.0 multisite + bbpress : not woking

  • venividi


    WordPress 3.0 + bbpress 1.02 : integration works fine.


    wordpress 3.0 multisite + bbpress 1.02 : integration doesn’t work.


    when added the code below in wp-confeg.png

    define(‘WP_ALLOW_MULTISITE’, true);

    define( ‘MULTISITE’, true );

    define( ‘SUBDOMAIN_INSTALL’, false );

    $base = ‘/’;

    define( ‘DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE’, ‘’ );

    define( ‘PATH_CURRENT_SITE’, ‘/’ );

    define( ‘SITE_ID_CURRENT_SITE’, 1 );

    define( ‘BLOG_ID_CURRENT_SITE’, 1 );

    the integration breaks.

    What’s the problem, and what’s the solution?

    Any help will be appreciated.

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  • I think integration on MU is just broken because mine doesn’t work if you log into the forums and then try to access the blog.



    Please don’t confuse ‘mu’ and 3.0’s new ‘multi site’.

    Any one who has the same problem or who has no such a problem?



    Anybody? Nobody?

    The problem made me a strong headache for a long time.

    Please ~



    Anybody? Nobody?


    you give us less than 24 hours to answer.

    WordPress3.0’s been out for about 2-3 days, and you’re talking about something not working that has never been supported.

    Automattic made no effort to make sure things were cool with bbPress before releasing so we’re all going to have to wait until we get more reports in.

    Lets not forget that a large number of people wait until the first (if not second) bug fix release is made availible before chaning over.

    Patience is needed my friend, just don’t push untested just release software onto a live enviroment and you’ll be fine – and we know you didn’t do that because that would be so silly ;-]

    Vevendi, I’ve got the same problem.

    I don’t have a solution yet. I can get the two sites to appear to integrate (I work through the integration settings and everything proceeds as it is supposed to), but they don’t actually work.

    What happens for me is the user database is not synced, but the cookies are at least partially synced, because if I log in to WP then BB doesn’t allow me to click on log-in, and if I log-out of one it logs me out of both.

    However, if being logged into BB doesn’t actually give me access to WP-admin, and likewise, being logged into WP causes me not to be able to admin or post on BB – but I can’t click on log-in or register either.

    I think Kevin is right – this is going to take a while to sort out. Compatibility between bbPress and WPMU was never easy as pie, and there’s no reason to expect it will suddenly be night-and-day easier with WP3.0.



    Thanks Kevin and burlesona,

    It looks that it’s a few days-old problem. But I’ve had a longtime headache since I used multisite.

    I was happy to hear that the wordpress 3.0 support multisite, expecting the problem might be solved.

    Ok. I well understood.

    I only hope that the problem be solved as soon as possible.

    Thanks again.



    I solved the integration problem myself.

    wordpress login

    admin / settings / bbpress integration

    1. change wordpress type from wordpress to wordpress mu

    2. copy and paste ‘manual cookie settings’ to wp-config.php

    All done.

    Hope to help others.



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