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Re: Buddypress Fatal Error



Hello everyone!

First of all, thank you for your responses. The problem is now solved. However, I don’t know how! I wrote to the web host describing the problem and to the best of my guess, they changed few PHP.INI settings [Don’t know how it got messed?]

The system did not have bbpress. I’ve upgraded buddypress to latest stable and everything seems to be working fine now.

To answer the questions :-

1. Are you running WPMU 2.7.1 or WordPress 2.8? You mention that you were running WPMU before. Did you upgrade to the beta version of WPMU 2.8 from trunk? Or, did you accidentally upgrade to WP 2.8? WPMU 2.8 is not yet in public release.

-> I did not upgrade accidently. In fact, one of the members reported that there was an error. The system was running fine with WPMU 2.7.1 and BP 1.0 (the first stable release) and then suddenly the error popped up.

2. What other plugins besides BP do you have activated? Have you tried removing them all except BP and see if you can get back to the plugins page?

-> I do not have any other plugin than BP.

3. Have you tried removing BP and then seeing if the plugins page returns? If it does, then deactivate all other plugins and reinstall BP. What happens?

-> No, I didn’t try that. I could not deactivate any plugins, because I couldn’t see the plugins in the admin panel!

From the overall experience, it looks like the issue was with me signing in as site-admin but ending up in blog admin panel (anyone knows why this happened?)

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