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hi,
how do i convert phpbb to cpgnuke?
i already have phpbb installed... do i install cpgnuke and convert it over?
if so, do i put both phpbb and cpgnuke in the same directory (public_html for phpbb)? or in separate (like public_html/cpgnuke)?
and do i use the same database for both?
please help, i've been through almost all of the conversion topics and found no answer to my questions above...
im using phpbb2.0.22 and want cpgnuke 9.1.2

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remove all default phpbb files.
upload DragonflyCMS files
go to yourdomain.com/install.php

when you get to the database screen enter the information for you phpbb database dragonfly installer will do the rest.

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You better make a back up f your database and your home directoy befor proceeding just to be safe

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Dizfunkshunal wrote
remove all default phpbb files.
upload DragonflyCMS files
go to yourdomain.com/install.php

when you get to the database screen enter the information for you phpbb database dragonfly installer will do the rest.

YAY!!!
Thanks Dizfunkshunal!!!
finally i got it to work, thanks thanks thanks, lol
why didnt i just go to you first rather than reading all those other topics which provide really no answer
thanks again!!!

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how do i fix the regdate now?
it shows that all my imported users registered on Dec 31, 1969...
i've read euology2000's post about it but have no idea what he did... heres the link
dragonflycms.org/Forum...gdate.html
, can you help me again?

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TLyNetwork

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you will have to wait until a more knowledgeable member picks up on this thread. I am not real good with database querys

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tonytly we will do one step at the time so we don't get confused
query your current db with:
SELECT user_regdate FROM nuke_users LIMIT 10

post the results here.

.:: I met php the 03 December 2003 :: Unforgettable day! ::.

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Nano,
when you say query, u mean i paste that code u gave me into the little SQL box?
if so, then i got 0 on all my users...
here's a pic of it

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now do the exact query on your old phpbb database please

.:: I met php the 03 December 2003 :: Unforgettable day! ::.

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here you go
it has numbers now, hehe

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hmmm, are you wanting me to shove those old phpbb regdate numbers into the new cpgnuke one?

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TLyNetwork

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last more query on your phpbb database to understand what happen:

SHOW COLUMNS FROM nuke_users WHERE Field='user_regdate'

.:: I met php the 03 December 2003 :: Unforgettable day! ::.

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it wouldnt read that code...
i tried changing the "nuke" part to both phpbb and cms but no luck
sorry if im making you impatience

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TLyNetwork

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try replacing the single quotes that I've used around user_regdate with double quotes instead.

I'm fine Smile

.:: I met php the 03 December 2003 :: Unforgettable day! ::.

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lol, nope, it still wouldnt get it
but i got it to say the correct date by using the old DB regdate on the new one... it works fine
ill just manually do this, since i only have about 30 users, lol
but thanks for the help
you were of much help
i got to see what and where the regdate is, cause when i read your post on the other forum, i was lost, lol
but now i got it
lol, thanks!!!

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TLyNetwork

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