@ John James Jacoby, the code you provided I put on bp-custom.php under /wp-content/plugins/ directory (not ‘wp-plugins’), and it seemed to work fine. However, when putting the code at wp-config.php, it doesn’t work.
Thanks for the suggestion, at least I don’t have to always edit the bp-core.php everytime I upgrade my buddypress installation.
Hi Anointed, I was just working around my own bp install. I wanted to display the BP themes within subdomain community. I had community an id of 4. In the buddpress plugin (not the wp-config.php) look for bp-core.php, and change (not add) the “1″ in the
define( 'BP_ROOT_BLOG', 1 );
to 4. That worked for me so far, I guess. I’m not actually sure if I’m doing exactly the right thing. This thing is not included in the codex, I hope they do document this if this the only tweak you have to make. Likewise, in the forums, it appears there was no definite answer. Hope I helped.
@nickmu, I found that Q&A, the problem is, where do I put the php.ini file? From what I know, the php.ini should be placed at the same directory of the code that executes the (mail) function. So the big question is, where do I put the php.ini file?