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Latest WPMU Rev & latest BP Rev not working

  • Avatar of Danielfelice
    danielfelice
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    @danielfelice

    Hey Guys,

    I am using WPMU 2.7.1 rev1446 and BP rev1343 and having a few issues!

    - no “profiles” option in “site admin”

    – functions errors when using the BP Home Theme

    – BP Admin bar not showing up – instead it is links at the bottom of the page

    That is all I have noticed so far – anyone know which revs work that use 2.7.1 and rc2 ?

    cheers

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  • Avatar of Nicola Greco
    nicolagreco
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    @nicolagreco

    are you sure you’ve activated plugins as site wide ?

    Avatar of Danielfelice
    danielfelice
    Participant

    @danielfelice

    pretty sure!

    Avatar of Nicola Greco
    nicolagreco
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    @nicolagreco

    have you updated your themes ?

    Avatar of Danielfelice
    danielfelice
    Participant

    @danielfelice

    yeah using the latest themes

    brand new install

    Avatar of Burt Adsit
    Burt Adsit
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    @burtadsit

    r1746 wpmu 2.7 branch and r1347 bp trunk work fine for me using stock bp themes. Just updated both.

    Avatar of Jeff Sayre
    Jeff Sayre
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    @jeffsayre

    Danielfelice-

    Okay, a few more questions:

    1. Are there any errors being reported in the error logs? If so, what are they?
    2. Are you using the default BuddyPress themes with no changes at all?
    3. Did you use the new WPMU config file, or a config file from an older version?
    4. Is buddyPress-home theme installed in /wp-content/themes/ ?
    5. Is buddyPress-member theme installed in /wp-content/bp-themes/ instead of /wp-content/member-themes/ ?
    6. Did WPMU work fine before BuddyPress was installed and activated?
    7. Do you have any WPMU plugins other than BuddyPress installed? If so, have you tried deactivating them to see if that makes a difference?

    Avatar of Danielfelice
    danielfelice
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    @danielfelice

    1. no errors

    2. default themes

    3. new config file

    4. yes

    5. yes

    6. this is a brand new install

    7. no other plugins

    only thing i can think of that is different to my other setups is that this is installed on a subdomain, ie bp.domain.com

    Avatar of Burt Adsit
    Burt Adsit
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    @burtadsit

    So bp is running on something other than blog id 1? There’s a setting in bp-core.php BP_ROOT_BLOG which defaults to blog id 1. It only seems to be used to determine the root domain for bp in bp_core_get_root_domain(). It does a get_blog_option() for ‘siteurl’.

    Is bp.domain.com a wpmu subdomain blog?

    Avatar of Danielfelice
    danielfelice
    Participant

    @danielfelice

    the WPMU setup seems fine, it works all ok.

    WPMU is setup on its own subdomain just for testing and using folders as opposed to subdomains so we dont get blog.bp.domain.com when setting up new blogs. all that works fine.

    when BP installs i dont see any of the options within the dashboard apart from the plugin. the bp link in the menu works but where is says “disbale components using below form” nothing shows – there is no form to disable the bp components and no profile field options on site admin.

    im trying exactly the same setup on one of my other domains to see if it is related to the host.

    Avatar of Jeff Sayre
    Jeff Sayre
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    @jeffsayre

    Okay, putting aside the subdomain versus subdirectory issue for a second, you state that:

    …the bp link in the menu works but where is says “disbale components using below form” nothing shows

    It sounds like BuddyPress is not activated. With the 1.0_RC2 changes, BuddyPress is now considered a single WPMU plugin. You must first login to the WPMU backend as site admin and then go to Plugins > Installed and make sure that BuddyPress is activated.

    Once it’s activated, a new menu group is created at the bottom of the menu tree called “BuddyPress”. You click on BuddyPress > Component Setup and you should see that all the BP components are enabled by default. It is in this admin screen where you can enable and disable individual components.

    If you’ve already activated BuddyPress, then something is clearly wrong. Have you double checked to make sure that you copied all the BP component files and folders (minus the theme folders) into the /wp-content/plugins/ folder? Did you install the BP suite into the /wp-content/mu-plugins/ folder instead?

    If the BP install locations and files are in their proper place, then I would recommend deactivating BuddyPress then deleting the entire BP directory and try reinstalling the BP plugin suite again and see what happens.

    Avatar of Burt Adsit
    Burt Adsit
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    @burtadsit

    There’s nothing confusing about this at all.

    We’ve got wpmu installed on a linux type subdomain using the subdirectory blogs option with bp’s home theme running on a blog id other than the default root blog id of ‘1’ using beta versions of both wpmu and bp including a new restriction from bp that it be installed in /plugins/buddypress and activated sitewide with a new mechanism that replaces the old /mu-plugins scenario.

    lol. Time for a nap.

    Avatar of Jeff Sayre
    Jeff Sayre
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    @jeffsayre

    Burt-

    My brain hurts too! :)

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