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I am trying to install the newly release security patch for magento 1.8 in my distant server when I get this error enter image description here

I tried to edit CURRENT_DIR in the sh file with pwd value and I always get the same error.

Is there a way to be fixed

Thank you in advance

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  • Sorry for stupid question: is that your magento root folder?
    – zhartaunik
    Apr 25, 2015 at 11:25

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Magento patches need to be run from you the root of your web folder. For example if your website is located at

/var/www/domain.com/magentoroot/

You would run the patch from

sh /var/www/domain.com/magentoroot/name_of_patch.sh

You will get verification on the command line of what the patch is doing. I would redown load the patch and apply as you have stated you modified it already.

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  • HTTP doc root or Magento root? I thought it had to be run in the directory where you can see app/ as it looks for app/etc/applied.patches.list from the current directory. Apr 26, 2015 at 4:11
  • I don't get the difference, anyway the patch is located in /www/name_of_patch.sh and the value of pwd when I open putty is /home.5/my_domain_name Apr 27, 2015 at 15:30
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Check if you have set the write permission to the folder app/etc under the Magento root folder. The patch will create a file called applied.patches.list to store the patches applied details.

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  • Do you really suggests people to make app/etc to have write permission? May 3, 2017 at 7:16
  • When we do install and apply the patches this is necessary. After these are done you can remove this permission.
    – PHP Bugs
    May 10, 2017 at 6:37

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