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1. Does phpbb stuff work with PNphpBB.
2. Does PHP-Nuke work with Post-Nuke.

I don't want to mess something up and then ask


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3. What is the price of tea in China?

(sorry -- couldn't resist.) P.S --can you type the word "does"? Just playing with ya -- don't take it personal.
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1) Sometimes. occasionally it needs a lil modding, but there's some converted hacks already at http://www.pnphpbb.com and http://www.pnphpbbhacks.com

2) Your question is a but like "Does Ford work with Nissan?" They're two competing versions of essentially the same thing. "Would the stereo in my Ford fit in my Nissan?" is a more analogously appropriate question, although PHP-Nuke modules generally won't work with PostNuke, and vice versa. BUT, there are, I believe, wrappers out there to make one system's modules work with another.

Personally, I would go with PostNuke over PHP-Nuke. It's a more advanced piece of kit, modules are much easier to write for it, and it's quite a bit quicker running too.
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well to late. i tried it and it somehow messed up my whole site. i am watting for another site to accepte me. they will come w/ phpnuke or postnuke already installed.

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