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Name:           3dprinter-udev-rules
Version:        0.2
Release:        1%{?dist}.1
Summary:        Rules for udev to give regular users access to operate 3D printers
License:        CC0
URL:  {name}
Source0:        %{url}/archive/v%{version}.tar.gz
BuildArch:      noarch

# For the %%_udevrulesdir macro
BuildRequires:  systemd

# For the directory
Requires:       systemd

%global file_name 66-3dprinter.rules

Normally, when you connect a RepRap like 3D printer to a Linux machine by an
USB cable, you need to be in dialout or similar group to be able to control
it via OctoPrint, Printrun, Cura or any other control software. Not any more.

Install this rule to grant all users read and write access to collected
devices based on the VID and PID.

Disclaimer: Such device might not be a 3D printer, it my be an Arduino, it
might be a modem and it might even be a blender. But normally you would
add your user to dialout and get access to all of those and more anyway.
So I guess be careful when some of the users should not get access to
your blenders.

%setup -q

# nothing

install -D -p -m 644 %{file_name} %{buildroot}%_udevrulesdir/%{file_name}



%license LICENSE

* Thu Sep 08 2016 Miro Hrončok <> - 0.2-1.1
- F23 only: Do not require systemd-udev but systemd

* Thu Sep 08 2016 Miro Hrončok <> - 0.2-1
- Update to 0.2, with more strict rules rhbz#1370782

* Sat Mar 05 2016 Miro Hrončok <> - 0.1-2
- Require systemd-udev, that now owns the directory

* Fri Feb 26 2016 Miro Hrončok <> - 0.1-1
- Initial package