You're not supposed to touch anything in /usr
manually ... Especially if you don't know what you do.
Did those patches come with an installer or something or with install instructions? Try placing a "sudo" before the needed command. So if the instructions say something like " ... Execute the command ./ut2004-patch-installer ...
" then place a "sudo" in front of it, e.g. like this:
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--> this will execute the command as super-user "root".
Again: You're not supposed to mess around with the permissions in /usr
... Better to use "sudo" and then whatever the manual or "readme" file (of the patches and add-on packages) say you're supposed to execute.