apparently udev rules are also not a thing. I mean flatpak is perfect for shitty hardware manufacturers apps, would be great if it can actually talk to hardware...
@mavis ofcourse it does, but what's the point of having the magic one click install thing if it doesn't work after installing
@martijnbraam inelegant, but you can add a permission to break out of the sandbox. This way you can install the appropriate udev rules at startup. The problem is that uninstalling won't remove the udev rules. In these cases a regular package is probably the best option.
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