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vbDrupal 5
Mod Version: 5.6.0, by El_Muerte (Contributor) El_Muerte is offline
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vB Version: 3.6.x Rating: (16 votes - 5.00 average) Installs: 84
Released: 27 Jul 2007 Last Update: 12 Jan 2008 Downloads: 605
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vbDrupal is a fork of the CMS Drupal. It integrates Drupal into the forum software vBulletin.
vbDrupal is a close fork of Drupal, it has only be forked to modify some of the core files of Drupal for better interoperability. All changes made to the Drupal code will be merged with vbDrupal. Therefore a vbDrupal 5.x.y release is more or less identical to a Drupal 5.x release.

Drupal and vBulletin are tightly connected with each other, user accounts and sessions are shared between the two systems. vbDrupal tries to offer the best of both worlds. vbDrupal should be compatible with all user contributed modules and themes that can be found on the Drupal site.

Besides user and session integration vbDrupal also offers various modules to bring vBulletin content into the Drupal space.:
  • Latest threads/posts blocks
  • Import any vBulletin post as content
  • Use vBulletin for content comments
  • Latest poll block
  • Event and birthday blocks
  • Use vBulletin code for formatting in Drupal content

vbDrupal 5 makes used of the Drupal 5.x series and is only compatible with the vBulletin 3.6 series. vBulletin 3.5 users can use the vbDrupal 4.7 series.

Examples of sites using vbDrupal can be found here.

For support and latest updates please go to the vbDrupal forums

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vbDrupal NG El_Muerte vBulletin 3.5 Add-ons 76 16 Apr 2007 18:43

  #31  
Old 05 Sep 2007, 22:48
VIPER-MAN VIPER-MAN is offline
 
Join Date: Jul 2007
Thanks I installed vbDrupal and vbulletin in the same directory and encountered one small problem ...

vBulletin's home page is "index.php" as is vbDrupal's home page.

So now I have 2 index.php pages -- vBulletin's main forum home and vbDrupal's home.

Is there a way to set vbDrupal's main home page to be something other than index.php? I renamed it and that did not work as all the links in the administration control panel are index.php?q=admin/build/themes etc. Is there a config setting to change the main drupal page to "default.php" or "main.php" or something other than index.php?

Thx

Last edited by VIPER-MAN; 06 Sep 2007 at 08:36.
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  #32  
Old 20 Sep 2007, 20:07
sifuhall sifuhall is offline
 
Join Date: Nov 2001
put the vbdrupal files in a directory like blogs, main, home, etc so the file names don't conflict.

Also, you will get much faster support responses by posting your issues and questions here:

http://www.vbdrupal.org
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  #33  
Old 22 Sep 2007, 00:29
cheekymonk3y cheekymonk3y is offline
 
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The best mod out for vbulletin. I love drupal and I love VB, and vbDrupal rocks.

Time to upgrade from 4.7 to 5.2 ;_; I hope its much better.
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  #34  
Old 11 Oct 2007, 17:26
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Real name: No way... ;-)
Thx for this mod....
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  #35  
Old 28 Oct 2007, 03:17
Matafleur Matafleur is offline
 
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Been a long-time user of vbDrupal, back when Tamarian was the main maintainer, wouldn't recommend any other CMS solution for vBulletin.

Finally upgraded from vbDrupal 4.7 to 5.3, clicking install.
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Old 02 Nov 2007, 14:55
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Do all additional modules have to be reprogrammed by you in order to work with vbdrupal, or can one just use any drupal modifications, once they've installed vdrupal?
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Old 04 Nov 2007, 14:10
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goddess_dix goddess_dix is offline
 
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Real name: Dixie Vogel
Originally Posted by SaltedSlug View Post
Do all additional modules have to be reprogrammed by you in order to work with vbdrupal, or can one just use any drupal modifications, once they've installed vdrupal?
almost all drupal mods will work without issue (pretty much all i've tried). i would expect those that work with login functions to be most likely not to work out of the box. in practice, since vbdrupal stays close to the core drupal, incompatibile mods are few and far between.
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  #38  
Old 12 Nov 2007, 09:31
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Originally Posted by ssslippy View Post
Vbadvanced and Vbdrupal are both CMS systems. I would not recomend running the both.
this couldn't be further from the truth

vbAdvanced is not a CMS .. plain and simple

vbDrupal is much much more

and yes, you can use vbadvanced with vbdrupal

I see vbadvanced more as a SKIN (imo) which u can add blocks to and then vbDrupal can be used for content, blogs and even more
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Old 09 Dec 2007, 07:55
henrikhansen henrikhansen is offline
 
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Installed fast and easy without problems.

I am very happy in the way it works with vbulletin. And Drupal
has won a lot of prizes as THE best CMS software.
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  #40  
Old 16 Dec 2007, 00:51
Leon44 Leon44 is offline
 
Join Date: Jun 2007
Hi just a quick question..... Will it chance my forums? I mean will it put the drupal side bar on my forums like in the demo site? If so is there a way i can make it where it wont do that when i install it?
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  #41  
Old 23 Dec 2007, 18:58
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Orakk Orakk is offline
 
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550 is out, http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...kage_id=228684
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  #42  
Old 15 Jan 2008, 13:36
zooki zooki is offline
 
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I have a Question...

Does Multilingual Translation work with this ???

for example, i18n
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  #43  
Old 26 Jan 2008, 22:04
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I am trying vbdrupal now. So far installation looks fine, however how can I publish the vbulletin user's posts into drupal as a news article?

thanks.
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  #44  
Old 30 Jan 2008, 06:50
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re-copying vbulletin database

re-copying vbulletin database
I am trying to move my old domain with only vbulletin forum to a new domain
with vbulletin forum plus vbdrupal. This way I can do some experiment with druapl
without disturbing users at the old domain.

I did the following steps:

1. created a new blank mysql database called newdatbase, and
copied the vbulletin forum database olddatabase to newdatabase
(first use mysqldump ... olddatabase > output.backup
and then mysql ... newdatabase < output.backup
)
2. then I installed vbdrupal
everything is fine with installation.
I then added some modules to drupal part, and customized the drupal.

3. by the time I finished step 2, a few days already passed by, users at
the old domain already updated the forum database. I thought I could just
copy the database from the old domain to the new domain again, however
after the database copying:
mysql -u xx -p xx newdatabase < output.backup
the drupal part is no longer working, I got a blank page. It does not
matter whether I sync the users, or update vbdrupal, or redo settings.php
I always get a blank page.

What is my solutions? Do I have to delete the newdatabase (I am not sure
what is the command to empty the newdatabase) and lose all the drupal
changes or there is a way that I save my work ?

Thanks.
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  #45  
Old 30 Jan 2008, 07:05
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Clayton Clayton is offline
 
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Originally Posted by cache View Post
I am trying vbdrupal now. So far installation looks fine, however how can I publish the vbulletin user's posts into drupal as a news article?

thanks.
cache I think you would have better results asking the questions on www.vbdrupal.org

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