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Wordpress Connect
#11
Hi, I did install it on my forum (1.8) , but it is not working for me.
Since wordpress is instaled in the main root, i did put " / " Only.

Can you help me ?
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#12
Is there any error message?

If wordpress is in root and MyBB is in subfolder, you'll have to place "./" or "../" depending on your server configuration. Make sure that the path is valid.

Best regards
Lennart Sauter
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#13
No error message. Anyway i think the problem is this one:

"Important: This plugin does require the PHP Runkit extension to be installed. You can check here if runkit is installed on your server.
If not ask your webhoster to install it or install it yourself from [Image: external.png]source or from [Image: external.png]DLL. The plugin will not work without the runkit extension because of MyBBs and Wordpress naming conventions."

I may have to fix this somehow. Problem is actually im on shared hosting so i may need to change itif they cannot install it.
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#14
Yes the runkit extension needs to be enabled. Let me know if there are any issue remaining with runkit enabled!
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#15
Hi. Just subscribed and downloaded WordPressConnect. Is there a way how to install PHP Runkit Extension without the help of virtual host? And also, I am running a WPMU on my domain. I have myBB Forum install on subdomain.domain.com/forum while my main is domain.com. Main domain uses sub folder. How do I integrate them both? Thanks!

Update:

I installed WPConnect on /inc/plugins folder on MyBB folder (/forum/inc/plugins). Seems working fine I guess, and I don't see any error (knowing that I haven't confirmed my virtual host yet regarding runkit extension). So, I played a bit on this plugin set the wordpress folder "/wp/" and enabled both WP Connection and WP Connection on Login. What I found a bit odd is that when I access my Network Admin panel (yes, WPMU is enabled), it redirects me back to WP Login page. When I try to login, it just loop back.

To be more specific here's my whole website setting

Domain: mydomain.com
WordPress: mydomain.com/wp
MyBB: mydomain.com/forum

WordPress site url is set to mydomain.com instead of mydomain.com/wp. I have it set via htaccess:

Code:
You are not allowed to see code.

Htaccess is located on root of my domain. There's also htaccess inside wordpress folder but I leave it as default.

For my wp-config.php, Multisite setting:

Code:
You are not allowed to see code.

And for the index.php, I had to add my wordpress folder, just like this
Code:
You are not allowed to see code.


Update from my virtual host while writing this, they told me that installing runkit extension are not able to performed on shared hosting environment. A VPS server would be need to install. Well, yeah that's kinda sound like marketing strategy. So, any possible way to install this runkit?

And for the last, I think I have redirected a subdomain that doesn't belong to my WPMU, 'forums.mydomain.com' to 'mydomain.com/forum' wherein it uses forum.mydomain.com as forum default URL. But when I click a link inside forum, the URL changes to 'forums.mydomain.com/forum'. How do I get rid of that? I know it something to be fix on htaccess but I am not that expert. To be more specific, I have added forums.mydomain.com under cPanel subdomain manager pointing to mydomain.com/abc/forum (where abc is the root folder since I have many domains in one hosting account).

That's all for now. I will be resting for a while after having a hard time figuring out other forum board. Dodgy Hoping for your feedback. Thanks


Regards,
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#16
Okay here's another update.

Upon new user sign up, I got an error message WordPress path is invalid after clicking on Register button. But somehow, I am logged in when I go back to index file. Is this related to PHP Runkit EXtension? Virtual Host responded and told me it wasn't possible even I upload the extension because it wasn't supported by shared hosting.
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#17
(11-27-2014, 11:16 AM)zocster Wrote: Okay here's another update.

Upon new user sign up, I got an error message WordPress path is invalid after clicking on Register button. But somehow, I am logged in when I go back to index file. Is this related to PHP Runkit EXtension? Virtual Host responded and told me it wasn't possible even I upload the extension because it wasn't supported by shared hosting.

Hello zocster,
without the runkit extension, the plugin will not work. There will be a lot of errors. That is caused by MyBBs and WPs naming conventions.

MyBB login will work, even when WP integration fails, but you'll get the error message.
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#18
Hi there again!

Thanks for your reply. I've moved to VPS for everything to work. Now, I'm done with all dns, nameservers, etc that really took me days to figure it out. Okay, straight to the topic I've already setup WordPress and MyBB, how can I install the runkit you provided on my new server? I think you should have it provided on your post.
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#20
(11-29-2014, 08:22 PM)zocster Wrote: Hi there again!

Thanks for your reply. I've moved to VPS for everything to work. Now, I'm done with all dns, nameservers, etc that really took me days to figure it out. Okay, straight to the topic I've already setup WordPress and MyBB, how can I install the runkit you provided on my new server? I think you should have it provided on your post.

The installation links are provided in the first post of this thread - github and DLL. Smile
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