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  • Scott B


    I am also unable to create any groups on my installation. Details:
    1. Ubuntu 10.04 fresh install dedicated to WPMU+BP only, on a corporate intranet.
    2. WP-MU 2.9.2, BP 1.2.3, + LDAP user authentication.
    3. Site blog uses BP default theme, user blogs use Kubrick.
    4. No other plugins enabled.
    5. From “groups” tab, click on “Create a Group”, which takes me to “site/groups/create/step/group-details/”. After entering Group Name and Group Description, clicking on “Create Group and Continue ->” just takes me back to /group-details/, Step 1, as if I had hit the refresh button instead of “Create Groups and Continue”.
    6. Have verified that after every attempt, the wp_bp_groups table in the MySQL database is empty.

    Any ideas?

    EDIT: forgot to mention, WPMU is set up for subdirectory blogs (“blogs.corp.lan/blogname”). User account authentication, blog creation, etc., work just fine, as well as BP user activity, mentions. But user private messages don’t work (separate issue, it appears).

    Scott B


    Thank you for your help and replies. I added the define to my wp-config.php. That did not solve my problem.

    1. With no users or blogs in the system other than the site-wide blog and admin user, visiting “blogs.corp.lan” takes me to the Corp Blog. From there, I can click on the Activity / Members / Groups / … etc. tabs, taking me to “blogs.corp.lan/activity”, “blogs.corp.lan/members”, … etc. pages. This looks good.

    2. Now, after I login as a user, the user’s page gets created (but unfortunately with the WordPress mu Homepage (Kubrick) theme, even though I have disabled all themes other than the BuddyPress default theme). After I go to the user’s dashboard and change the theme to the BP default theme, and visit the user’s site, it takes me to “blogs.corp.lan/username”. Great, that’s what I expect from a WPMU installation. However, from the User’s home blog, clicking on Activity takes us to “blogs.corp.lan/username/activity”, saying Page Not Found, The page you were looking for was not found. Same with the other BP tabs (Members, Groups, Forums, Blogs). This is not desired.

    Is it possible to set up my installation so that the BP tabs are global for all blogs in my corporate lan? That is, from ANY blog for ANY logged in user, clicking on “Members” should take us to “blogs.corp.lan/members”, not “blogs.corp.lan//members”.

    Also, and I realize this is a different question, how do I configure it so that the BP theme is the default theme when a new user authenticates?

    Thank you for your help. I greatly appreciate it.

    – Scott B

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