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 **Linux** **Linux**
  
-The current user (the user newRPL Desktop is running as) needs to have read/write permissions to USB devices.+The current user (the user **newRPL Desktop** is running as) needs to have read/write permissions to USB devices.
 Create a new group ''​usbdevices'',​ then add the current user to that group. Create a new group ''​usbdevices'',​ then add the current user to that group.
 Next, create a file (as root) ''/​etc/​udev/​rules.d/​50-HIDDevices.rules'',​ containing the following two lines: Next, create a file (as root) ''/​etc/​udev/​rules.d/​50-HIDDevices.rules'',​ containing the following two lines:
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 **freeBSD** **freeBSD**
  
-The current user (the user newRPL Desktop is running as) needs to have read/write permissions to USB devices.+The current user (the user **newRPL Desktop** is running as) needs to have read/write permissions to USB devices.
 Create a new group ''​usbdevices'',​ then add the current user to that group. Create a new group ''​usbdevices'',​ then add the current user to that group.
 Next, create a file (as root) ''/​etc/​devfs.rules'',​ containing the following: Next, create a file (as root) ''/​etc/​devfs.rules'',​ containing the following:
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 Finally, restart the system for the new permissions to take effect. Finally, restart the system for the new permissions to take effect.
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