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Magento Connect Manager 404 ERROR
 
RichardCaldwell
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After upgrade to 1.7 the Magento Connect Manager will no longer work it gos to 404 Not Found error page?
So we also had to change the permissions on “downloader/index.php” back to “644” also.

 
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I assume you tried the normal

Remove Cache / Flush Cache
Log out / Log in much like a plugin/extension install

Is there any mention of this in var/logs files?

Thanks

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RichardCaldwell
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So far that has been my only problems with the two Index.php files changing permissions from 644 to 666 and all I had to do was reset them. Everything seams to be working just fine now.

 
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steefking
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Same problem here. Everything works but de Magento Connect give me an error.

 
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Jolora
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Same problem here.

Tried all the normal fixes but nothing seems to work. Still just seeing a 404.

 
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RichardCaldwell - 26 April 2012 02:42 AM

So far that has been my only problems with the two Index.php files changing permissions from 644 to 666 and all I had to do was reset them. Everything seams to be working just fine now.

reset permissions to 644 worked for me on this one but getting 404 on configuration > system > promotions/oauth pages

 
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Jolora
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Just to confirm resetting permissions to 644 worked for me too.

Not seeing any 404 for the promotions/oauth pages. Try logging out and in and starting a new browser session,

 
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Jolora - 28 April 2012 07:19 AM

Just to confirm resetting permissions to 644 worked for me too.

Not seeing any 404 for the promotions/oauth pages. Try logging out and in and starting a new browser session,

Thanks, I had to kill my browser, that worked.  Everything else is gravy.  Is there info on where/how to use all updates?

 
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cmonto1
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Yep.. After changing the permissions of downloader/index.php from

0666
to
0644
the 404 error issue was resolved. Thanks!
 
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The mentioned solution is not working for me after changing the permission to 0644 for

downloader/index.php
What else could be causing Magento Connect Manager to give 404 and not display properly?
 
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Rekha_mgnto
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Hi ,

i solved this issue this way .please check the link

http://www.entroducing.com/view/fix-magento-connect-manager-404-error-by-resetting-the-folder-permission

Thanks
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inMotionGfx
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For those of you who still haven\’t been able to resolve this issue after trying all of the above solutions, I thought I\’d share mine with you, since it hasn\’t been mentioned anywhere before as far as I know.

I tried all of the solutions above, and none helped… my permissions are right, tried accessing the correct URL directly etc.

In the end I asked my server guys to look at it, and this is what they found, and how they fixed it for me:

\"There were no issues with the file itself, the problem was due to the URL being re-written incorrectly because it inherited the parent .htaccess in /shop/.

After doing some research on how to override the parent .htaccess in a subdirectory, we found the solution is just to add the following line in the sub .htaccess:

RewriteOptions inherit

The URL loads successfully now.\”

For clarity, \"shop\" is my Magento root folder.

Original solution posted here: http://www.magentocommerce.com/boards/viewthread/21787/P45/

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RichardCaldwell - 26 April 2012 02:42 AM

So far that has been my only problems with the two Index.php files changing permissions from 644 to 666 and all I had to do was reset them. Everything seams to be working just fine now.

This worked for me , thank you all woohoo!

 
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Did you tried run reinstall?

 
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cmonto1 - 07 July 2012 11:41 AM

Yep.. After changing the permissions of downloader/index.php from

0666
to
0644
the 404 error issue was resolved. Thanks!

This solution worked for me.. smile thanks to the author…

 
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I fixed this issue by uploading the original .htaccess file for my magento version. It seems it was modified by someone else.

For Example

http://www.mysite.com/.htaccess

 
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