Where did you get the version with the older files?mwrycraft wrote:I doublechecked, and though It seems they are both version 1.2, the link you posted are to files that I noticed were a couple of days 'newer'.
mwrycraft wrote:It's worth noting that one obvious omission is that peoples avatars no longer work. Any suggestions?
You can't go backwards. No one has written a script to do this as far as I know.ukchi3f wrote:Hi all
Loads of question here and I cant quite find one that matches our scenario.
We are running phpbb 3.09 with joomla as a seperate homepage at the moment.
We are in the process of switching to php nuke which has the default phpbb v2.0.21
Our 3.0 forum has been used a bit and we would like to either port all the threads etc over to the old v2.0.21
There were a couple of attempts at bridging phpBB3 with PHP-Nuke, but they have been pulled from the internet. I did find this, phpbb3 forum module for nuke script. It is best to ask about this at the Evolution Xtreme site. phpbb.com does not support any Nuke version or integrating phpBB3 with any Nuke boards.ukchi3f wrote:or preferred option of upgrading v2.0.21 to 3.09 within php nuke
Main reason is keeping the theme all the same but also not wanting to lose all the posts and threads
Thanks for the quick response really appreciate it.D¡cky wrote:ukchi3f wrote:There were a couple of attempts at bridging phpBB3 with PHP-Nuke, but they have been pulled from the internet. I did find this, phpbb3 forum module for nuke script. It is best to ask about this at the Evolution Xtreme site. phpbb.com does not support any Nuke version or integrating phpBB3 with any Nuke boards.
There was also phpBB-Evolution.com but that seems to be dormant now.
It is entirely up to you what you do. I can't comment on the best way to set up your board. You can certainly run phpBB3 separately and have a link from your CMS to phpBB3.ukchi3f wrote:So would it be best to use nuke and re-direct the forum as links to phpbb 3.09?
Or should we use a different content management system altogether?
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<?php /** * * @package install * @version $Id$ * @copyright (c) 2006 phpBB Group * @license http://opensource.org/licenses/gpl-license.php GNU Public License * */ /** */
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@set_time_limit(0); @ini_set('memory_limit', '256M'); @ini_set('upload_max_filesize', '128M'); @ini_set('post_max_size', '256M'); @ini_set('max_input_time', '-1'); @ini_set('max_execution_time', '-1'); @ini_set('expect.timeout', '-1'); @ini_set('default_socket_timeout', '-1');
That is very odd. The convertor does not stop because "the message contains too few characters", which is actually the signature.mwrycraft wrote:Hiya
After testing this locally and it working I'm now trying to do it on my live site and it's getting stuck at 'table 26' and presenting the following error:
Filling table phpbb_users:
skip_rows = 20178:
functions_nuke.php [ 1228 ]:
Post ID: Message parser error:
Your message contains too few characters.
Any ideas? As a reminder I've done this fine locally.