How to get write permission on /etc/udev/rules.d

Hey All, I need to do such a basic thing, I’m not writing a udev rule, I’m trying to write to that folder, I’ve got a rule I need to paste in there I’ve found online but I apparently don’t seem to have write permission to rules or udev. Pretty straight forward manjaro kde installation that’s been running fine, and I’d love to follow a generic article using chmod but I don’t understand that well enough to know that I’m not changing the permissions to the point of other programs not having the right access to that folder.

Use Nano, Micro, Vim or something similar to create and open the rules file:

sudo nano /etc/udev/rules.d/99-example-rules

Paste your contents and off you go,

Thanks, rather direct and all I needed, thanks a million

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