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PHP-Nuke 7.x Conversion [message #22629] Tue, 08 February 2005 13:23 Go to next message
FUDchild is currently offline  FUDchild   United States
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Is there a script to convert the phpBB to FUD within the PHP-Nuke portal. If this was at all possible I do beleive that FUD would rule the world, everyone I have talked to likes FUD forum better but did not want to lose their user point system and the ability to add modules and news to their website.

I have a modified verions of PHP-Nuke running which allows me to run the forum area in full screen mode without the left and right blocks. But I use FUD for my private member areas.

example: this is my FUD forum http://www.underground51.com
example2: this is my PHP-Nuke with phpBB http://www.und3rgr0und.com

all that would need to be done is to modify the user table...
phpBB forum on the PHP-Nuke portal runs from with a folder called modules. Same relaionship as FUD it has private messaging etc. Its just that in my opinion phpBB really is lacking. There are no other forums that have the bells and whistles that this forum has.

I also would love the ability to have a modular portal with FUD and if someone would write a conversion script that would allow people to use FUD with their existing PHP-Nuke portal this would rule.

I say leave the old phpBB forum intact in the conversion but add the cross over so that the user list for PHP-Nuke uses FUD or vice versa.

Maybe a script to crosslink user registration, so that folks only have to register once in PHP-NUke and will be able access FUD & phpBB both with the same use account.

Can I get some feedback on this maybe someone would be willing to work with me as far as creating a conversion script that will actually modify PHP-Nuke to interact with the FUD database.

Re: PHP-Nuke 7.x Conversion [message #187331 is a reply to message #22629] Mon, 21 August 2017 02:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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11 years later and no answer to this question?
Re: PHP-Nuke 7.x Conversion [message #187335 is a reply to message #187331] Tue, 22 August 2017 00:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
naudefj is currently offline  naudefj   United States
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See new thread at http://fudforum.org/forum/index.php?t=msg&th=123880
Re: PHP-Nuke 7.x Conversion [message #187355 is a reply to message #187335] Wed, 06 September 2017 09:40 Go to previous message
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Sounds good, I have an idea I think you will like. It has nothing to do with this topic but everything to do with making money and PHP programming. Well, it sorta has something to with the topic... The network would be awesome with FUD as the main forum for the user sites.

Register on my website and PM me when you want to call me on my cell. 1+813-7323360 My web address is https://theghost.86it.us Let me know if there is any problem logging in by sending me an e-mail: ernest(dot)buffington(at)gmail(dot)com
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