Magento Connect Permissions

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====== Magento Connect Permissions ====== ====== Magento Connect Permissions ======
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 +** NOTE ** The information on this page is not accurate for Magento CE versions 1.4 and later and Magento EE versions 1.9 and later. Setting file system permissions to 777 is not necessary and not secure.
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 +For more up-to-date information, see http://www.magentocommerce.com/knowledge-base/entry/install-privs-after#extensions
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If you access Magento Connect and it's telling you to check the write permissions (see image below), there's a simple way to fix this. If you access Magento Connect and it's telling you to check the write permissions (see image below), there's a simple way to fix this.
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Open up your SSH client and go to the directory where Magento is installed. Once you are there, copy and paste the following command: Open up your SSH client and go to the directory where Magento is installed. Once you are there, copy and paste the following command:
-<code bash>find . -type d -exec chmod 777 {} \;</code>+<code bash>find . -type d -exec chmod 777 {} ;</code>
* If you are on a cPanel server you need to do this * If you are on a cPanel server you need to do this
-<code bash>find . -type f -exec chmod 755 {} \;</code>+<code bash>find . -type f -exec chmod 755 {} ;</code>
(or just go to your file manager and choose 755 (or just go to your file manager and choose 755



 

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