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    Default Invalid forum path

    Hi
    I updated the cmps_index with the correct path from my forum config.php

    but I still get this error

    Invalid forum path specified! Please edit this file and be sure to include the correct path for your $forumpath variable.
    Hey! I'm new

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    Question Re: Invalid forum path

    hi, i have the same problem. i have followed all the instructions on that link with the forumpath.php and i get another error.

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function: print_portal_output() in /home/rocomau/public_html/index.php on line 43

    and line 43 is this: print_portal_output($home);

    can u help??
    thanks in advance

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    Default Re: Invalid forum path

    Hi thanks that solved the problem, but it is interesting because I use a different path for the forum.
    Hey! I'm new

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    Default Re: Invalid forum path

    **bump**

    any help?

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    Default Re: Invalid forum path

    YOU NEED to install it through

    admincp/advbacmps_install.php

    I had the same problem, ran that script, and it was fixed!

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    Default Re: Invalid forum path

    i just done that and the same problem:
    Fatal error: Call to undefined function: print_portal_output() in /home/rocomau/public_html/index.php on line 43

    uninstalled it, and reinstalled it.

    any other ideas?

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    Default Re: Invalid forum path

    when I do a clean install of vb3.5.3 & vba cmps 2.1.0 my web browser crashes, not sure why its doing it. I've had similar issue with vba gallery and vba links directory, I don't get issue or crash with vb3.5.2 .. I'm half temped to reinstall my apache etc ..

    currently I'm running php 4.4.2, mysql 4.1.16, and apache 2.0.55 ..

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    Default Re: Invalid forum path

    I am unable to install. After uploading all the files and overwritten the old ones, I get a 'File not found error' whenever i click on vbacmps_install.php....

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    Default Re: Invalid forum path

    i have the same problem, but nothing works....

    http://www.gamersforce.com.mx/

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    Default Re: Invalid forum path

    fixed!, aniway thanks n_n

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