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Nuke Cops :: View topic - Can BBtoNuke 2.0.11 be installed in Nuke 6.5? [ ]
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Waldo
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 22, 2004 12:42 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

So according to Chatserv's download page for BBtoNuke 2.0.11, "Nuke 7.x and BbtoNuke 2.0.10 are required"

Here's the thing. I'm running a modified (bug-fixed) 6.5 with 2.0.10. Are the changes from .10 to .11 so dramatic that I really need Nuke 7.x?

If I don't hear anything in the next few hours I'll try updating my 6.5 anyway and report back any problems.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 22, 2004 3:35 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

I don't believe it is. Just remember to remove the "update_points" statements as they do not work in 6.x

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 22, 2004 10:51 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Evaders99 wrote:
I don't believe it is. Just remember to remove the "update_points" statements as they do not work in 6.x



Uh yeah, wow. I hadn't seen that before. What's "update_points" do? Is it just those lines I'd have to remove or is it part of something bigger/more substantial?

I notice the DB structure is modified with this update.. I assume it's not something dependent on a >Nuke 6.5 system.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 23, 2004 12:20 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Other than creating a new bbconfirm table, I don't believe there are changes to the Nuke tables themselves. update_points() is used in phpNuke 7.x to award points to users in user groups - Just search for "update_points" and remove any line that uses it.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 03, 2004 11:43 am Reply with quoteBack to top

I'm running BBtoNuke 2.0.11 on my PHP-Nuke 6.5 powered web site. Seems to work fine!

All I did was remove the 2 lines in 'functions_post.php' that contain 'update_points', plus I retained 'user_id = 1' for 'Anonymous' in the sql db instead of '-1'.

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 12, 2004 2:32 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

VinDSL wrote:
I'm running BBtoNuke 2.0.11 on my PHP-Nuke 6.5 powered web site. Seems to work fine!

All I did was remove the 2 lines in 'functions_post.php' that contain 'update_points', plus I retained 'user_id = 1' for 'Anonymous' in the sql db instead of '-1'.


Awesome..

looks like the latest version of 2.0.11 (updated dec 6), he made anonymous 1 anyway... at least, it was unchanged on my version... here are his notes

Quote:
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Description: Note: 12/06/04 update: of you already upgraded undo the anonymous user user_id change, -1 should be 1, also update includes/contants.php for this. PHP-Nuke 7.x and BbtoNuke 2.0.10 are required


Looks like it's working for me w/6.5 too Smile

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 13, 2004 3:40 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Waldo wrote:
...looks like the latest version of 2.0.11 (updated dec 6), he made anonymous 1 anyway... at least, it was unchanged on my version...

Cool!

Heh! That '-1' will get you every time. I've gotten into the habit of automatically looking for it, whenever I'm working with phpBB.

I don't know if they fixed it yet, but here's another bug... Wink

In '/modules/Forums/profile.php', around line 108

Replace:
Code:

redirect(append_sid("login.$phpEx?redirect=profile.$phpEx&mode=editprofile", true));



With:
Code:

$header_location = ( @preg_match("/Microsoft|WebSTAR|Xitami/", $_SERVER["SERVER_SOFTWARE"]) ) ? "Refresh: 0; URL=" : "Location: ";
header($header_location . append_sid("login.$phpEx?redirect=profile.$phpEx&mode=editprofile", true));
exit;





This prevents guests (or members that aren't logged in) from getting a '404' error when clicking the ''Profile' link in the forums. After you make this change, clicking 'Profile' will take them to the login screen, if they aren't logged in already.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 13, 2004 11:20 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Weird. I was just making the change when I decided to what the bug loooked like. I logged out of my nuke site, then hit "Profile" and it went straight to the account log in screen.

The code looked like this (like 108):

Code:
redirect(append_sid("login.$phpEx?redirect=profile.$phpEx&mode=editprofile", true));


looks the same. Maybe a fix was made somewhere else (?)

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VinDSL wrote:
Waldo wrote:
...looks like the latest version of 2.0.11 (updated dec 6), he made anonymous 1 anyway... at least, it was unchanged on my version...

Cool!

Heh! That '-1' will get you every time. I've gotten into the habit of automatically looking for it, whenever I'm working with phpBB.

I don't know if they fixed it yet, but here's another bug... Wink

In '/modules/Forums/profile.php', around line 108

Replace:
Code:

redirect(append_sid("login.$phpEx?redirect=profile.$phpEx&mode=editprofile", true));



With:
Code:

$header_location = ( @preg_match("/Microsoft|WebSTAR|Xitami/", $_SERVER["SERVER_SOFTWARE"]) ) ? "Refresh: 0; URL=" : "Location: ";
header($header_location . append_sid("login.$phpEx?redirect=profile.$phpEx&mode=editprofile", true));
exit;





This prevents guests (or members that aren't logged in) from getting a '404' error when clicking the ''Profile' link in the forums. After you make this change, clicking 'Profile' will take them to the login screen, if they aren't logged in already.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 13, 2004 11:38 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Waldo wrote:
Weird. I was just making the change when I decided to what the bug looked like. I logged out of my nuke site, then hit "Profile" and it went straight to the account log in screen.

Hrm...

They probably fixed it then. I'll download the newest version tonight and see if it works for me too. Wink

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 13, 2004 11:48 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Doh! I see what I did...

I typed 'Private Messages' in the post[s] above, instead of 'Profile'. You get a '404' when you click the 'Profile' link, and you're not logged in, not 'Private Messages'. 'PM' works fine - goes to the 'login' screen, like it should...

Sorry about that! I was working on 'breadcrumb' code, all yesterday, and my brain was fried... Cool

Anyway, I'll check out the new version tonight...

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