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BP1.2 Blogs not installing properly, by admin or by user

  • Avatar of Nm
    nm
    Participant

    @nahummadrid

    After trying to create new blogs from admin or from a user the end blogs are not installing properly. If trying to open backend will get the following:

    The blog you have requested is not installed properly. Please contact the system administrator.

    If checking the edit options from admin for that blog, get this in the blog options.

    Blog Options

    Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in …/wp-admin/wpmu-blogs.php on line 149

    Working with with BP 1.2 (latest latest trunk) on WPMU 2.9.1.1…

    Any ideas.

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  • Avatar of angophora
    angophora
    Member

    @angophora

    Hi – I just ran into this error with BP1.2 final and redid the install and the problem went away. The two things I did:

    1. If installing on localhost, edit /etc/hosts and add:

    127.0.0.1 bplocal.com

    and then access the installer using http://bplocal.com

    2. After creating a child blog, set the permalink structure to be the same as the root blog. I set them to year/month.

    Hopefully this will help.

    In addition, disable BuddyPress and use the regular WPMU theme. Can you register new blogs successfully? If you can’t, you have a WPMU problem, not BuddyPRes.s

    I can confirm that this is a Buddypress problem as I have disabled the plug-in, and created a blog with success.

    However, when the plug-in is active, the creation of blogs are thrown into an error giving the following:

    When editing:

    Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/public_html/wp-admin/wpmu-blogs.php on line 149

    And when visiting:

    The blog you have requested is not installed properly. Please contact the system administrator.

    As for Angophora instruction, I am sorry but I am confused. You may need to clarify, and also if this is on a Window or Linux box. What about a solution for those who are not on a localhost?

    Avatar of DavidJ99
    DavidJ99
    Participant

    @davidj99

    I am having the same problem. I cannot add blogs from the admin panel though I can from /blogs/create. I tried creating blogs without BuddyPress installed and it worked so it doesn’t seem to be a WPMU problem. I tried with an earlier version of buddypress and it worked as well so it seems to be something with buddypress 1.2. It looks like the problem is that it isn’t correctly adding the blog tables to the database.

    Avatar of Bowe
    Bowe
    Participant

    @bowromir

    Same here.. please report your setup in the bug ticket guys:

    http://trac.buddypress.org/ticket/1985#comment:1

    FYI: This bug was fixed in BuddyPress version 1.2.1. Upgrading solved the problem for me.

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