~Ivy wrote:Okay, seems I was wrong - it has nothing to do with the mod. I got the same error when users tried to register, so I made a clean installation of phpBB3 to test it, and got it again.
Same thing happened.Nailor wrote:Try usings IE instead of FireFox~Ivy wrote:Okay, seems I was wrong - it has nothing to do with the mod. I got the same error when users tried to register, so I made a clean installation of phpBB3 to test it, and got it again.
I also installed WP-United for phpbb3.ann wrote:It IS creating users but the passwords are wrong! They can log into phpBB, and when they click on "Wordpress Blogs" they are taken to the blog and on the bottom it will say "Logout[username]".
But they can't post because when they try it says their passwords are incorrect! I took a look at the database and they are indeed incorrect. If I run the original through an MD5 hash and manually edit the user database entry, they can log in.
So in short, it creates the users but does not transfer their password right, it allows them to login to phpbb but not wordpress, even though wordpress shows them as logged in, they can't get to the panel to write an entry because the login screen comes up and tells them their password is incorrect when they try to login to WP!
The path is incorrect. Please check the path to phpBB you provided and then run the WP-United Setup Wizard again.
I'm looking forward to the day the author comes back and says; "Here is a 3.0.0 compatible version of the MOD!".K2 wrote:CoenJacobs: I hope you're wrong about the drop of support. I know the wp-united author hasn't even visited his own forums in over a month of this post, but I'm hoping it's just some Real Life (tm) issues that are keeping him away, and not a lack of interest.
"WP-United Settings" -> Disable in "Allow cross-posting of blog posts to forum?"renet wrote:1. After installing it, I am no longer able to edit any posts. The TinyMCE just appears empty. No matter, if I want to edit the admins (user 1) or my own (user 2, administrator, as well) posts.
Go to "phpBB - Administration Control Panel" -> "Users and Groups" -> "Groups’ permissions" -> "Look up usergroup: Registered users" -> "Advanced Permissions" -> "WP-United" :renet wrote:2. Somehow WPU doesn*t create any WordPress users, except for me, the phpBB admin...
The way I have normally gone about setting WP-U up is to have wordpress installed in the root of your site, and setting up the forums under forums.
This file is the front page of your Wordpress integrated page. This is where you will direct your users to view the main WP blog. For example I wanted my users to go to the root domain of http://www.yoursite.com. I renamed the blog.php file to index.php and loaded it in the root.TPCOH wrote: Where exactly do I put the blog.php file?
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//the path can be absolute or relative... i.e. '/home/www/phpBB2' './phpBB2' or 'phpBB2' could all be correct. //Set the path to phpBB below, between the quotes: 'forums' // <--- set the path to your phpBB root here, between the quotes