3dprinter-udev-rules - Rules for udev to give regular users access to operate 3D printers

Distribution: Fedora 25
Repository: Fedora i386
Package name: 3dprinter-udev-rules
Package version: 0.2
Package release: 1.fc25
Package architecture: noarch
Package type: rpm
Installed size: 8.35 KB
Download size: 12.50 KB
Official Mirror: dl.fedoraproject.org
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.



  • 3dprinter-udev-rules = 0.2-1.fc25

    Install Howto

    Install the 3dprinter-udev-rules rpm package:

    # dnf install 3dprinter-udev-rules


    • /usr/lib/udev/rules.d/66-3dprinter.rules
    • /usr/share/doc/3dprinter-udev-rules/README.md
    • /usr/share/licenses/3dprinter-udev-rules/LICENSE


    2016-09-08 - Miro Hrončok <mhroncok@redhat.com> - 0.2-1 - Update to 0.2, with more strict rules rhbz#1370782

    2016-03-05 - Miro Hrončok <mhroncok@redhat.com> - 0.1-2 - Require systemd-udev, that now owns the directory

    2016-02-26 - Miro Hrončok <mhroncok@redhat.com> - 0.1-1 - Initial package