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08 Aug 2013 02:35 - 08 Aug 2013 02:39

[Topic closed - no response from user] Error: Empty solution not allowed

Category: K 3.0 Support Archive

When a new user attempts to create an account, the error message comes back Error: Empty solution not allowed

This has nothing to do with Kunena. Please see the FAQs page where you will see written:

Kunena is not responsible for user registration or login to your website.

I had posted this before and it has disappeared.

Your topic was moved and merged with another topic that deals with this matter. If you click the menu item My Topics above, you can see where all your messages are. You can also find your messages if you go to your user profile. See also Why are my questions being deleted from this forum?
04 Aug 2013 11:14

User registration and/or general login issues

Category: Miscellaneous, off-topic and general Joomla

J1.5.26 + K2.0.2
Sometimes users can't login into site, ever administrator. Page reload with no effect. What happened who knows?


Indeed, who does know? My crystal ball is broken, so I can't. ;)

If you want some help, it might be possible, if you post your kunena configuration report and a bit of information about your website.

Please be aware that Joomla is responsible for logi and user registration not Kunena.
16 Jul 2013 22:51 - 16 Jul 2013 23:17

Auto Email Content/Information/Instructions

Category: K 3.0 General Questions Archive

Did you read the Wiki article Where is the language file? ? This article gives you details of the files used by Kunena when Kunena displays infomation on the forum as well as information displayed in emails generated when people subscribe to topics or emails sent to administrators and moderators when someone posts a message on your forum.

As you see in the FAQs page, Kunena is not responsible (in any way) for what happens when a new account is registered on your site. Therefore, any emails sent as part of the account registration/confirmation process are not handled by Kunena.

So, the answer here depends on knowing a couple of things:

(1) What emails, specifically, are we discussing; if you are discussing emails sent during the account registration process (that ask for a user to click a link to confirm their registration) that's not handled by Kunena.

(2) Are we discussing the emails sent to administrators or moderators when someone posts a new message on your forum? The answer also depends on how you have configured Kunena. Your configuration report may help us.

(3) What information, specifically, do you want to change?
10 Jul 2013 23:58 - 11 Jul 2013 00:01

Problem with registration of new users

Category: K 2.0 General Questions

I have a couple of general points to make:

(1) As we have written many, many times in this forum ,

Kunena is not responsible for user registration or site login

If you have issues with site registration then these issues are not likely to be created by Kunena.

(2) If you want help quickly then you should read the FAQs page and the advice that is posted on the category header that is printed at the top of this page. If you do not want to tell us anything about your website, what version of Joomla you are using, what version of Kunena you are using, what kind of menu arrangements you have in place, other extensions you've installed and how you have configured them to work with Kunena, that's OK. All of this information is in your configuration report . We are not going to ask you for your configuration report - we should not have to ask you for it - but we probably can't help you without it either. That is why your question has not been answered.

(3) You posted your question nearly 5 days ago. I replied within an hour of you asking your question. It took you 4 days to get back here again. If you want help then you must also be prepared to be involved with the process.
09 Jul 2013 18:44

User registration and/or general login issues

Category: Miscellaneous, off-topic and general Joomla

Kunena is not responsible for user registration.

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ok tanks
09 Jul 2013 18:18

User registration and/or general login issues

Category: Miscellaneous, off-topic and general Joomla

Kunena is not responsible for user registration.

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04 Jul 2013 23:30
Replied by sozzled on topic Blank Registration Page

Blank Registration Page

Category: K 3.0 General Questions

It's my guess that this is a Joomla issue.

I don't know anything about K2 (or whether K2 has any involvement in the Joomla account registration process), however the key point that people should bear in mind is that Kunena is not responsible for the user registration process. Further information on that point is given in msg #2 of How do I register new users to my website and where should they login to use my website? and in msg #3 of Question about Registration .

It also looks to me that you have an outdated reference in your Joomla topmenu menu and it may be useful to "reset" your menu back to the default settings. The topic Kunena Menu issues will help you with that.

I hope this helps.
01 Jul 2013 12:54

How to protect my forum from spam

Category: Miscellaneous, off-topic and general Joomla

G'day, rhunter, and welcome to the forum.

If you read this topic (and elsewhere on the forum), some people have laid claim that the reason their websites have become clogged with spam or spambot behaviour is entirely due to the presence of Kunena.

It was not that long ago that I wrote in this topic:

We are sympathetic to the issue of any web-based discussion forum being attacked by [various badly-behaved web agents] and Kunena is not more nor any less susceptible to such attacks [than any other web-based discussion forum].

This topic contains many ideas that people have used (with varying degrees of success) to counter such attacks by spam merchants. I am sure that you will find suggestions and possible solutions to your problem by browsing the pages in this topic.

In the first instance it is a must that you should attempt to prevent the source of spam by employing tighter controls around the user registration procedure. As mentioned many times in this forum, Kunena is not responsible for user registration. I hope that some of the information you will find in this topic will assist you.


If you know which account is being used to spuriously send emails from your server, then it is a relatively straightforward matter to ban the account. If you have other evidence to substantiate the claim that [any version of] Kunena is somehow culpable in being used to act as a relay point for spam email generation, we would be grateful to know of such evidence.

Do you have any other information about what kind of web agents are responsible for this behaviour that you're reporting?
16 Jun 2013 06:18

How to protect my forum from spam

Category: Miscellaneous, off-topic and general Joomla

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G'day, mac123, and welcome to the forum.

We are sympathetic to the issue of any web-based discussion forum being attacked by Xrumer (and other badly-behaving web agents) and Kunena is not more nor any less susceptible to such attacks.

This topic contains many ideas that people have used (with varying degrees of success) to counter such attacks by spam merchants. I am sure that you will find suggestions and possible solutions to your problem by browsing the pages in this topic.

In the first instance it is a must that you should attempt to prevent the source of spam by employing tighter controls around the user registration procedure. As mentioned many times in this forum , Kunena is not responsible for user registration. I hope that some of the information you will find in this topic will assist you.
21 May 2013 23:09

How to protect my forum from spam

Category: Miscellaneous, off-topic and general Joomla

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@krebsinfo: As you probably know , Kunena is not responsible for user registration or login to your website. This topic may help you with ideas for how to protect your site from spam registrations.
27 Apr 2013 21:16

User registration and/or general login issues

Category: Miscellaneous, off-topic and general Joomla

G'day, flavia.silveira, and welcome to Kunena.

As you may know (if you read msg #2 in this topic) Kunena is not responsible for registering new accounts at your Joomla website. If some registration behaviour has changed it is not Kunena that is responsible for it.

flavia.silvera wrote:

Nobody seems to be able to register because the recaptcha is not working ...

From another message you posted here - only a few hours ago - ( Banned users still able to post ) you now say that people are able to register new accounts at your website.

We have to assume that because new accounts are being created at your site - even if a lot of those new accounts belong to spam merchants - that the problem about "nobody seems to be able to register" has now been fixed by you.
18 Apr 2013 21:38 - 18 Apr 2013 21:56

Login forum error: password reset doesn't work

Category: General Feedback Archive

G'day, horus68, and welcome to Kunena.

There is an error when trying to login in your forum:
1- Login => email and password doesn't match :(

You cannot login to this site using an email address. To login to this site you must use a valid username and a valid password. If you do not enter a valid combination of text on the login form, you will get the following message:



There is nothing in this error message that says "email and password doesn't match". So I don't really understand what you are referring to.

2- Reset password => link "Forgot your password?" => Doesn't work

The " Forgot your password? " link works perfectly well to send an email to you with the details of your password. The " Forgot your password? " link is not a way for you to reset your password to something. The link is completely automatic and there is no message sent from you to the site administrators asking us to reset your password to something.

For the " Forgot your password? " facility to work properly, you need to enter a valid username. If you enter a username that does not exist on this site, you will get the message "Failed to save user: Please enter a valid username"

3- Username reminder => Link "Forgot your username?" Works ok, mail received!

That's good to hear. :)

4- So... no email to contact ...

What has this got to do with the problem? :unsure:

... Facebook not updated for some months...

What has this got to do with the problem? :dry:

... and I had to create a new profile just to post this message!
(note: old username "horus_68" and email are already registered on forum!)

I would like to make two observations here:
  1. You had no difficulty created the account horus68 at this website. You had no difficulty logging in to this website with the username horus68. Good! We are pleased that you are here. Thank you for joining this website and posting your first message on this forum.
  2. The account name "horus_68" was registered on 4-Apr-2010; the last time this account was used was the same day. "horus_68" has never posted a message on this forum in the 3 years since the account was created! In fact, "horus_68" has not logged into this site in the last 3 years! :whistle:

I spent the past 30 minutes looking into this situation for you and it seems like effort spent over a minor issue.

Please fix it!!

I do not see anything that needs to be fixed. I think it's important to remind everyone that it is Joomla, not Kunena, that is responsible for user account management, account registration and login.

Thank you for your observations but I think this matter can really be considered to be resolved. You can login and post messages using the account horus68 and we are happy for you to continue to use that account.
14 Apr 2013 23:07 - 15 Apr 2013 00:02

How to do enter to the topic for certain gender (male or female)?

Category: K 2.0 General Questions

Good! :)

If you want to restrict male members to only be able to use the male category (and the same for female members) then the issue becomes a little more complicated. The total solution is in five parts.

(1) The first part is to define categories for "male" topics and for "female" topics. This part is done with Kunena. You have done this part. :)

(2) The second part is to find a way to ask the question, when users register at your site, if they are male or female. This part is not done with Kunena. This part is done with Joomla. Do you have a way of asking, when users register new accounts at your site, if they are male or female? Please understand that Kunena is not responsible for user registration. See this topic to help you: How do I register new users to my website and where should they login to use my website?

(3) The third part is to define, using Joomla ACL, user groups for "male" and "female". ;)

(4)The fourth part is to use the information in (2) above, and to automatically assign the access permissions in (3) above, based on the answer that people gave. Again, this is something that is not controlled by Kunena. There may be a Joomla extension that you can use to say "If the person is male then give them 'male' access permissions; if the person is female then give them 'female' access permissions". I do not know of a Joomla extension that does this automatically, but it should be possible to do. This function does not exist in Kunena. :unsure:

(5) The last part is to assign "male" access permissions to the Kunena "male" category that you defined in (1) and do a similar thing for the "female" category. This part is done with Kunena. :)

If there is no automatic way of using information obtained at registration time - and I don't think there is - then you can assign the permissions in (3) to each account, one by one.

Does this information help you?
15 Mar 2013 23:03 - 15 Mar 2013 23:04

User registration and/or general login issues

Category: Miscellaneous, off-topic and general Joomla

So, when you keep saying "Joomla is responsible for login and register" it's not totally true. You use your link for CB registering. It would be better if you link to the Joomla standard login function.

I have not said that and I do not continue to say that. What I have continually stated is that Kunena is not responsible for site login or user registration; these are functions that exist outside of Kunena that may be driven by Joomla or by Joomla extensions (e.g. JomSocial, Community Builder) for which mechanisms exist in Kunena to aid those functions.

I understand what you are saying when you wrote, "It would be easier if I could remove the line 'Create a user account' in Kunena". There are ways you can do that. One way is to disable user registrations; no user registrations => no "create an account link". A different approach you can take is to disable the ability to login and/or register by disabling any and all Kunena integration plugin setting that relate to the term "login". I am fairly sure we have received many requests like your over time and a search of the forum would probably give you the information you require.

You have a choice: set Kunena to use Joomla to register (and then you will have your CAPTCHA) or remove the ability to login/register from Kunena. That's a question only you can answer. I have my opinion which is better to do but it's your website and only you know which is the better choice for you. :)
15 Mar 2013 22:49 - 15 Mar 2013 23:33

User registration and/or general login issues

Category: Miscellaneous, off-topic and general Joomla

Thank you for your reply and I think I know what's happened in your case.

Your "normal" registration link, on your home page, uses the normal Joomla registration procedure and, CAPTCHA works fine with that. The registration link on the Kunena forum page uses the Community Builder registration procedure (which is different). Unless you know how to configure CAPTCHA for CB (and I don't know how you do that) then you will not have CAPTCHA. The alternative is to configure the integration plugin for Kunena - Community Builder and disable the option to use CB's login.

raffe wrote:

Also, you say in FAQ this: You can provide your users with a place to login (in Kunena) with the forum setting: Forum Configuration » Integration » Integration Options » Login and Registration

Your right. The FAQ information is wrong - it was correct for K 1.7 but it needs to be updated because of the changes made in K 2.0 with the introduction of integration plugins that I referred to above. I will update this information as soon as I can. Thank you. :)


Yes, I just found out that before I saw your answer. I will see how I can solve that with CB .
So, when you keep saying "Joomla is responsible for login and register" it's not totally true. You use your link for CB registering. It would be better if you link to the Joomla standard login function.
It would be easier if I could remove the line "Create a user account" in Kunena though.
What happens if I uninstall CB, does your link go to normal login?

Just found out that CBcapchta login is commercial and they want 18€ for it :-(
It would be cheaper if I could remove the line "Create a user account" in Kunena though.
SOLVED!
I found a free plugin for captcha that works for CB, it's called EasyCalcCheck PLUS and can be downloaded from Joomla extensions Directory and It's FRRE! :)
So, this takes care of my problem thanks to the dialog with you! I think this would help many users out there.
Best regards,
Ralph



There is another option as well:

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