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magento-core/Mage_All_Latest causing problems in connect
 
Sindre|ProperHost
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@davidgrun: try to reset all directory permissions to ‘755’ and file permissions to ‘644’. Magento Connect tend to modify the permissions, which can lead to problems in certain hosting environments.

PS: did you get a successful confirmation after upgrading Mage_All_Latest?

 
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JLHC
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@ davidgrun: Do you mean to say 500 Internal Server Error?
Have you tried checking whether your file permissions are correct? Magento Connect Manager is known to reset the file permissions to the wrong value after each download/upgrade.

 
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davidgrun
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@JLHC

Yes. 505 Internal Error
I checked all the file and folder permissions that the install guide says need to be 777. I still get the 505 error.
What should I do??
Magento is really frustrating… bitter/sweet relationship.
THANKS!

 
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davidgrun
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@Sinder

As fare as I remember I got a success message when I installed Mage_All_Latest… the problem came about when I refreshed.
I checked all the files and folders permissions that the install guide says need to be 777. I still get the 505 error.

Isn’t your solution really security risky?
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JLHC
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I think you have misunderstood the installation guide. All files should be set to 644 and all directories to 755.

Only the following directory needs to be writable (normally 777 unless the server is running suPHP/suEXEC):-
- app/etc
- var
- media

 
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