2 years, 1 month ago
I just noticed that I had to go through the Buddypress setup process after upgrading (I believe this wasn´t needed on previous upgrades).
By the way, I´ve already reseted permalinks…
2 years, 10 months ago
Found the solution… seems to be a problem with non-english installations…
Solution: edit the wp-config.php file and add the keys generated here:
Buddypress is now up and running…
I just erased everything from the server… new manual WP3.1.2 install, new mysql db… the blog by itself is working perfectly. I did not configure multisite in order to eliminate variables…
When I try to install buddypress, I get a “You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page” error… deactivating buddypress gets the installation back to normal…
So my issue is not manual-installation related, and not multisite-related… sorry to bother again, but any other ideas to help me?
I’m googling this error, but cannot find a solution that applies to my case…
Yes, it was installed using a webhost script… I’ll trash everything and begin the whole process again manually. Thanks for the help!
I have installed and reinstalled WP3.1.2 + BP 1.2.8 from scratch, so how would I know if its broken?
Any suggestions of specific actions I should take?
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