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Defualt member theme not working

  • Avatar of Aishaladon
    aishaladon
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    @aishaladon

    I have done a fresh install several times, but when I navigate to activity, friends, groups, or anything other than the admin dashboard I get a 404 error. that states that the page does not exists.

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  • Avatar of Chris
    chriscarter
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    @chriscarter

    Ditto. I’m working on trunk 1381 and WPMU 2.7.1. Everything else works as it should. The buddypress-member folder is within wp-content/bp-themes/. It is the only member theme in that folder and I made sure that it was selected correctly within the BuddyPress settings.

    Anyone else?

    Avatar of Aishaladon
    aishaladon
    Participant

    @aishaladon

    Hi Chris,

    Try this. Im working on it now.

    http://buddypress.org/forums/topic.php?id=2217

    Go into plugins and install buddypress community plugin, activate it site wide, and than install buddy press

    Avatar of Aishaladon
    aishaladon
    Participant

    @aishaladon

    Nope I tired this , still broken.

    grrr

    Avatar of Jeff Sayre
    Jeff Sayre
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    @jeffsayre

    To better help you, we need a few more details.

    1. Are there any errors in the log files? If so, what are they?
    2. Are you using any plugins other than BuddyPress? If so, have you tried deactivating them and seeing what happens?
    3. Did you make any changes to the .htaccess file? If so, what were they?
    4. Did you install the .htaccess file in WPMU’s root?

    Here are some other things to do before replying:

    Avatar of Chris
    chriscarter
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    @chriscarter

    Thanks Jeff but none of that seemed to help. No error messages in the log, no other plugins running, everything is where it should be. I didn’t say before but everything was running fine when I was on an older trunk and WPMU 2.7. It was after the upgrade when the problem started. I’m running everything stock and am still getting this message:

    You do not have any BuddyPress themes installed.

    Please move “/wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-themes/” to “/wp-content/bp-themes/” and refresh this page. You can download more themes here.

    Can you confirm that you\’ve actually done what that error message says? What does that folder look like? Because the theme directories have changed since rc1.

    Avatar of Chris
    chriscarter
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    @chriscarter

    Pugins page says I am running BuddyPress 1.0-RC2. /plugins/buddypress/bp-themes/ no longer exists and /bp-themes/buddypress-member/ is confirmed.

    An edit to my initial message: I’m running trunk 1387, not 1381.

    Avatar of John James Jacoby
    John James Jacoby
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    @johnjamesjacoby

    Make sure you have a .htaccess file in the root of your install.

    Make sure which ever theme you’re using as your home theme has the functions.php from the buddypress-home theme. It’s responsible for doing some funky routing of some pages.

    I’m going to check the trunk out now on a fresh install and see if I can duplicate anything.

    Edit: ignore this

    Avatar of Chris
    chriscarter
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    @chriscarter

    Yes, .htaccess is in the root of the install. I’m running the BP theme straight out of the box, no alterations.

    I’m going to try upgrading to the latest trunk and see if anything gets unclogged..

    Avatar of Chris
    chriscarter
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    @chriscarter

    Just installed trunk 1401 and the problem persists. I feel like the answer is either right under my nose or far beyond anything I would understand. Either way, I’m clueless.

    Again, for the record:

    BP 1.0 RC 2, trunk 1401

    WPMU 2.7.1

    Standard BP member theme at /wp-content/bp-themes/buddypress-member/

    Standard BP home theme at /wp-content/themes/buddypress-home

    .htaccess is in the root

    No errors in log.

    When going to the URL /members, /groups, /blogs, I get the message:

    You do not have any BuddyPress themes installed.

    Please move “/wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-themes/” to “/wp-content/bp-themes/” and refresh this page. You can download more themes here.

    If it matters, I’m running WPMU in the subdirectory, not subdomain, way.

    I think that’s all the information I know.

    Hmm. Might be subdirctory related. What’s the name of your subdirectory btw?

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    chriscarter
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    @chriscarter

    Sorry, I misspoke! This particular install is running completely “normal”, from the root domain.

    Awww thought we had a lead for a min ;)

    Avatar of Jeff Sayre
    Jeff Sayre
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    @jeffsayre

    @Chris-

    Still thinking here, but a few more questions:

    Are you using the new wp-config.php file that comes with WPMU 2.7.1? Or, did you use and older version?

    If so, there is an additional define line added to WMPU’s config file:

    define('SITE_ID_CURRENT_SITE', 1);

    Also, before installing BuddyPress, but after upgrading WPMU to 2.7.1, did you got to Site Admin > Upgrade in site admin and finish the upgrade?

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    chriscarter
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    @chriscarter

    I upgraded to WPMU 2.7.1 using the automatic upgrade so I assume it is the new wp-config.php file. However, I looked in that file and did not see the additional line that you mentioned. I added the line myself, however, there is no change.

    Yes, I did the Site Admin > Upgrade when updating everything. I did it again just now to make sure; no change.

    Avatar of Jeff Sayre
    Jeff Sayre
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    @jeffsayre

    Okay, at this stage I’d say it’s time to clean house.

    If this is a test dev install–meaning you do not have it in production mode–then I recommend deleting absolutely everything. This means the database file as well.

    Install a clean, new copy of WPMU 2.7.1 plus BuddyPress RC2 and see what happens. After WPMU is properly installed, then install BuddyPress RC2 using the plugin browser as described here: http://codex.buddypress.org/getting-started/installing-buddypress/

    Let us know how that goes.

    Avatar of Chris
    chriscarter
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    @chriscarter

    You’re right, Jeff, that seems to be the last option. Thankfully, this is on a test install. The part that makes me nervous is, what happens if this happens on my live site, too? Cleaning house wouldn’t be an option there. It’s a conundrum. If I discover anything I’ll certainly pass along the news.

    Thank you, John, Paul, and Jeff, for giving me your time and help on this.

    Avatar of Jeff Sayre
    Jeff Sayre
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    @jeffsayre

    Chris-

    Let us know how it goes.

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