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    Hello, I've installed vBulletin 5 yesterday on my Secondary Domain. Therefore i activated PHP 5.3.
    At my Primary domain runs WordPress. Until i changed the PHP Version for the secondary domain, there was a problem with the formation and the design. Looks like theres no CSS
    then i gonna fix it up by the hosting support, who's edited something in the .htacess file. they meant something old css code was there. So they commented it out. Now works the Forum but wordpress don't. So i turn the changes back. And here we are. Do someone of you have a idea how i can fix it?

    The supporter write the following:

    You can go to PHPMYADMIN:
    1. Find your Wordpress Database
    2. Click on it
    3. Click on WP_Options
    4. Find siteURL, then click Edit, and put in the domain name.
    5. Find homeURL, on Page 2 click Edit, and put in the domain name.
    6. Done!
    so i did it for the WP DB but now doesn't both sites working. So i have to turn back this changes too
    Now works the Primary Domain perfectly, but the secondary domain shows only the deformed fronted and the forwarding doesn't work by a 404 Error

    do someone have a idea how i can fix it up?

    with best regards, Hannes

  • #2
    Can we get a link to view the problem? And can you post your presentation config.php file here (in code tags, please).

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    • #3
      its about this domain: [URL=""][/URL=""]

      and which config do you mean? (sry, vBulletin newbie)

      if you mean the php in /core/includes , here it is:
         //    ****** DATABASE TYPE ******
         //    This is the type of the database server on which your vBulletin database
         //    will be located. Valid options are mysql and mysqli, for slave support add
         //     _slave to the end of the database class.  
         //    Try to use mysqli if you are using PHP 5 and MySQL 4.1+
         // WARNING: As of PHP 5.5.0 mysql library support is depricated. So if you are using PHP >= 5.5.0 use mysqli
      $config['Database']['dbtype'] = 'mysqli';
         //    ****** DATABASE NAME ******
         //    This is the name of the database where your vBulletin will be located.
         //    This must be created by your webhost.
      $config['Database']['dbname'] = 'XXXXXXXX';
         //    ****** TABLE PREFIX *****
         //    Prefix that your vBulletin tables have in the database.
      $config['Database']['tableprefix'] = '';
         //    ****** TECHNICAL EMAIL ADDRESS ******
         //    If any database errors occur, they will be emailed to the address specified here.
         //    Leave this blank to not send any emails when there is a database error.
      $config['Database']['technicalemail'] = '[email protected]';
         //    ****** MASTER DATABASE SERVER NAME AND PORT ******
         //    This is the hostname or IP address and port of the database server.
         //    If you are unsure of what to put here, leave the default values.
         //    Note: If you are using IIS 7+ and MySQL is on the same machine, you
         //    need to use instead of localhost
      $config['MasterServer']['servername'] = 'localhost';
      $config['MasterServer']['port'] = 3306;
         //    ****** MASTER DATABASE USERNAME & PASSWORD ******
         //    This is the username and password you use to access MySQL.
         //    These must be obtained through your webhost.
      $config['MasterServer']['username'] = 'XXXXXXX';
      $config['MasterServer']['password'] = 'XXXXXXXXX';
         //    This option allows you to turn persistent connections to MySQL on or off.
         //    The difference in performance is negligible for all but the largest boards.
         //    If you are unsure what this should be, leave it off. (0 = off; 1 = on)
      $config['MasterServer']['usepconnect'] = 0;
         //    ****** SLAVE DATABASE CONFIGURATION ******
         //    If you have multiple database backends, this is the information for your slave
         //    server. If you are not 100% sure you need to fill in this information,
         //    do not change any of the values here.
      $config['SlaveServer']['servername'] = '';
      $config['SlaveServer']['port'] = 3306;
      $config['SlaveServer']['username'] = '';
      $config['SlaveServer']['password'] = '';
      $config['SlaveServer']['usepconnect'] = 0;
         //    ****** PATH TO ADMIN & MODERATOR CONTROL PANELS ******
         //    This setting allows you to change the name of the folders that the admin and
         //    moderator control panels reside in. You may wish to do this for security purposes.
         //    Please note that if you change the name of the directory here, you will still need
         //    to manually change the name of the directory on the server.
      $config['Misc']['admincpdir'] = 'admincp';
      $config['Misc']['modcpdir'] = 'modcp';
         //    Prefix that all vBulletin cookies will have
         //    Keep this short and only use numbers and letters, i.e. 1-9 and a-Z
      $config['Misc']['cookieprefix'] = 'bb';
         //    ******** FULL PATH TO FORUMS DIRECTORY ******
         //    On a few systems it may be necessary to input the full path to your forums directory
         //    for vBulletin to function normally. You can ignore this setting unless vBulletin
         //    tells you to fill this in. Do not include a trailing slash!
         //    Example Unix:
         //      $config['Misc']['forumpath'] = '/home/users/public_html/forums';
         //    Example Win32:
         //      $config['Misc']['forumpath'] = 'c:\program files\apache group\apache\htdocs\vb3';
      $config['Misc']['forumpath'] = '/public_html/';
         //    ******** FRONTEND (SITE) URL ******
         //    On a few systems it may be necessary to input the base url.
         //    This should be the same setting as $config['baseurl'] in the frontend config file
         //    You do not need to fill this in unless instructed by vBulletin Support.
      //   Do not include a trailing slash.
         //    Example: $config['Misc']['baseurl'] = 'http://www.mysite.comt/forums';
      $config['Misc']['baseurl'] = '';
         //    The users specified here will be allowed to view the admin log in the control panel.
         //    Users must be specified by *ID number* here. To obtain a user's ID number,
         //    view their profile via the control panel. If this is a new installation, leave
         //    the first user created will have a user ID of 1. Seperate each userid with a comma.
      $config['SpecialUsers']['canviewadminlog'] = '1';
         //    The users specified here will be allowed to remove ("prune") entries from the admin
         //    log. See the above entry for more information on the format.
      $config['SpecialUsers']['canpruneadminlog'] = '1';
         //    ****** USERS WITH QUERY RUNNING PERMISSIONS ******
         //    The users specified here will be allowed to run queries from the control panel.
         //    See the above entries for more information on the format.
         //    Please note that the ability to run queries is quite powerful. You may wish
         //    to remove all user IDs from this list for security reasons.
      $config['SpecialUsers']['canrunqueries'] = '';
         //    ****** UNDELETABLE / UNALTERABLE USERS ******
         //    The users specified here will not be deletable or alterable from the control panel by any users.
         //    To specify more than one user, separate userids with commas.
      $config['SpecialUsers']['undeletableusers'] = '';
         //    ****** SUPER ADMINISTRATORS ******
         //    The userids specified below will have permission to access all areas of vBulletin 5.
         //    Note that this is different to vB3 & vB4 where they only had extra permissions in the
         //    Admin Control Panel. Be very careful who you grant this super power to.
         //    The name of this setting has changed from superadministrator to superadmins.
         //    This is to avoid the accidental granting of this permission when using older config files.
      $config['SpecialUsers']['superadmins'] = '1';
         // ****** CACHE CONFIGURATION *****
         // Here you can configure different methods for caching items.
         // The following are the cacheing classes that can be used.
         // vB_Cache_Db - This setting stores the data in the database
         // vB_Cache_APC - This setting stores the data in APC
         // vB_Cache_Memcached - This stores the data in memcache
         // vB_Cache_Memory - This setting uses php's memory while a page is being generated.
         // Each cache area can use its own cache type.
      $config['Cache']['class'][0] = 'vB_Cache_Db'; //regular cache
      $config['Cache']['class'][1] = 'vB_Cache_Memory'; //fastest cache
      $config['Cache']['class'][2] = 'vB_Cache_Db'; //largest cache and longest life.
      //Cache options are
      //vB_Cache_Memory -  fastest but doesn't survive a page load.
      //vB_Cache_Db-  significant speed improvement and available to everyone.
      //vB_Cache_Filesystem- good performance, reduces traffic and load on db server. Not available to everyone- your web server must be able to write to the file system.
      //vB_Cache_Memcached excellent performance but usually only available to dedicated or virtual hosted sites
      //vB_Cache_APC         excellent performance but only available to those with APC installed.
      //If you use filesystem cache you MUST uncomment the line below.
      //set the path to somewher writeable by the web server process. This location must already exist. Please put
      // this somewhere outside the document root. Otherwise you have just created a serious security issue.
      //Don't include the final '/'
      //$config['Cache']['fileCachePath'] = '/valid/writeable/for/my/webserver';
         // ****** DATASTORE CACHE CONFIGURATION *****
         // Here you can configure different methods for caching datastore items.
         // You may need to clear this cache after installing/upgrading. You can do this either
         // in the control panel (Maintenance) or by restarting the web server.
         // vB_Datastore_Filecache  - to use includes/datastore/datastore_cache.php
         // vB_Datastore_APC - to use APC
         // vB_Datastore_XCache - to use XCache
         // vB_Datastore_Memcached - to use a Memcache server, more configuration below
      // $config['Datastore']['class'] = 'vB_Datastore_Filecache';
      //if you use Filecache you can accept the default location, or better
      // to uncomment the next line and set a location
      // $config['Misc']['datastorepath'] = '/valid/writeable/for/my/webserver';
      // or if you have set $config['Cache']['fileCachePath' above you can do nothing and
      // it will use that location.
         // ******** DATASTORE PREFIX ******
         // If you are using a PHP Caching system (APC, XCache, eAccelerator) with more
         // than one set of forums installed on your host, you *may* need to use a prefix
         // so that they do not try to use the same variable within the cache.
         // This works in a similar manner to the database table prefix.
      // $config['Datastore']['prefix'] = '';
         // It is also necessary to specify the hostname or IP address and the port the server is listening on
      $config['Datastore']['class'] = 'vB_Datastore_Memcached';
      $i = 0;
      // First Server
      $config['Misc']['memcacheserver'][$i]        = '';
      $config['Misc']['memcacheport'][$i]            = 11211;
      $config['Misc']['memcachepersistent'][$i]    = true;
      $config['Misc']['memcacheweight'][$i]        = 1;
      $config['Misc']['memcachetimeout'][$i]        = 1;
      $config['Misc']['memcacheretry_interval'][$i] = 15;
      //If you are using Memcache you should can set a prefix. This is needed only if the memcache server is shared. If dedicated you don't need it.
      $config['Cache']['memcacheprefix'] = '';
      // ****** The following options are only needed in special cases ******
         //    ****** MySQLI OPTIONS *****
         // When using MySQL 4.1+, MySQLi should be used to connect to the database.
         // If you need to set the default connection charset because your database
         // is using a charset other than latin1, you can set the charset here.
         // If you don't set the charset to be the same as your database, you
         // may receive collation errors.  Ignore this setting unless you
         // are sure you need to use it.
      // $config['Mysqli']['charset'] = 'utf8';
         //    Optionally, PHP can be instructed to set connection parameters by
         //  reading from the file named in 'ini_file'. Please use a full path to
         //    the file.
         //    Example:
         //    $config['Mysqli']['ini_file'] = 'c:\program files\MySQL\MySQL Server 4.1\my.ini';
      $config['Mysqli']['ini_file'] = '';
         // ******** IMAGE PROCESSING OPTIONS ********
         // Images that exceed either dimension below will not be resized by vBulletin.
         // If you need to resize larger images, alter these settings.
      $config['Misc']['maxwidth'] = 2592;
      $config['Misc']['maxheight'] = 1944;
         //  ******** SPECIAL SETTINGS ********
         //    The following are settings/permissions that are not normally used but
         //    are here for reference. Please be careful using them. Do not enable or
         //    uncomment without understanding what they do first.
         //    This allows you to disable modifications and extensions to the software.
         //    If your site is not functioning well after installing or using a third
         //    party modification, please enable this.
      // define("DISABLE_HOOKS", true);
         //    This allows you to shut down all mail that is being sent by vBulletin.
         //    This is useful for test environments
      // define("DISABLE_MAIL", true);
         //  This allows you to enter debug mode, which is for support or development
         //    to help understand how pages are built. This should NEVER be enabled in
         //    a live environment.
      // $config['Misc']['debug'] = true;
      // This enables debug logging.  The debuglogger is controlled from the
      //  file core/includes/xml/logger.xml.  This is safe to run on a live
      //  environment, assuming the log location is secure, however it may
      //  impact peformance to have the logging on.
      // $config['Misc']['debuglogging'] = true;
      Last edited by HarrieKarsten; Mon 11 Mar '13, 12:33pm.


      • #4
        In your htaccess file in the vb5 folder, add this after RewroteEngine On, on its own line:
        RewriteBase /vb5/


        • #5
          dafuq. thats it.. it works. thanks for the help


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