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    vBulletin plugin installation

    vBulletin plugin has out-of-order installation way, so the following instruction will help you to install the plugin properly.
    vBulletin plugin contains two plugins inside, one for reefLESS using and one for vBulletin using, well you should install our plugin two times, please follow the steps below to meet the successfully results.

    Download the vBulletin plugin from http://www.flynax.com
    There are two folders in downloaded archive:
    - reefless - plugin for Flynax
    - vbulletin - plugin for vBulletin

    Flynax part installation
    1. The contents of the reefless folder (vbulletin folder) upload the Flynax plugins directory on your server (/FLYNAX_ROOT/plugins/).
    2. Go to Flynax Admin Panel > Plugins and install vBulletin plugin (just click on Install button).
    3. Well plugin installed, go to Configurations > vBulletin and fill in the "vBulletin path" field and save.
    Hooray! Flynax plugin installation part done...

    Now vBulletin part installation
    1. Open the downloaded plugin folder (on your PC) and follow to vbulletin folder.
    2. Copy the file session.php to the /path_to_forum/.
    3. Copy the file reeflessblock.php to the /path_to_forum/includes/block/
    4. Go to vBulletin Admin Panel to install vBulletin plugin part.
    4.1. Tab Plugins & Products > Manage Products
    4.2. Click on [Add/Import Product] link
    4.3. Specify the path to the xml file (PC: /vbulletin/vbulletin/product-reefless.xml) In Import Product field
    4.4. Click Import
    Hooray! vBulletin plugin installation part done too...

    To add Flynax block with featured listings to the Forum you should:
    1. Log in Forum Admin Panel and add a new block "ReefLESS Featured Listing".
    2. Click on [Reload Block Types] if new block does not appears.

    Looks like that all, so plugin should works correctly if you followed the instruction attentively.
    Anyway we are waiting for your comments, notices or requests and we will be glad to help you if you have any problems with installation.

    Good luck!

    Other than that happy coding...
    Flynax Technical Department

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    Re: vBulletin plugin installation

    One question: "vBulletin path" field must be relative to home server?

    I have Flynax System at:
    /home/my_account/public_html/classifieds

    and my vbulletin forum at:
    /home/my_account/public_html/our_forum

    At Configurations > vBulletin > "vBulletin path" I need to insert:
    /home/my_account/public_html/our_forum

    It's OK?
    Last edited by Jim; February 6, 2012 at 11:49 AM.

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    Re: vBulletin plugin installation

    No, in your case, you need to specify our_forum

    Other than that happy coding...
    Flynax Technical Department

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    Re: vBulletin plugin installation

    Installation is easy but now a can't see FrontPage. I have a "HTTP 500 Internal Error" everytime I go to FrontEnd. At admin zone don't see any problem.

    I try to unnistal the plugin but still have that 500 error.

    Any way to add a debug mode to the system?

    Thank you,
    Vitor

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    Re: vBulletin plugin installation

    Exe,

    PM send, can you take a look?

    Thank you,
    Vitor

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    Re: vBulletin plugin installation

    I read you message and write response in tiket. Please see.

    Other than that happy coding...
    Flynax Technical Department

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    Re: vBulletin plugin installation

    This plugin is for user share between Flynax and vBulletin, or just a simple featured block for forum?

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    Re: vBulletin plugin installation

    Quote Originally Posted by Toth Zoltan
    This plugin is for user share between Flynax and vBulletin, or just a simple featured block for forum?
    Hello Toth Zoltan,
    We apologize for the delay in our reply.
    The vBulletin plugin is a bridge between Flynax and vBulletin, there are cross login/registrations systems which synchronize the users between two systems.
    Also this plugin creates a few blocks in Flynax which contains the data from vBulletin and
    instead a few blocks in vBulletin which show listings from Flynax.

    Feel free to ask me if you have any further questions.
    Have a good day.

    John

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    This appears to be instructions for 3.2. Do you have updated instructions for the plugin for 4.0?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Gholson
    This appears to be instructions for 3.2. Do you have updated instructions for the plugin for 4.0?
    Please follow the link: vBulletin Bridge v2.0.0

    Other than that happy coding...
    Flynax Technical Department

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