I’m running Fedora Silverblue up to date on a desktop and have been having an issue for at least a few months now.
If I enable suspend in the power settings, the system seems to power off almost all USB ports (Except the front one of the chassis).
This makes it impossible to wake-up the system unless I connect a keyboard to the front USB port.
And even once I login with that keyboard, the remaining USB ports never wake up, even If I disconnect and connect them again.
I ended-up having to completely disable suspend.
I did some digging online on how to keep USB devices always active but it seem it implies modifying files that are read-only in silverblue, and on top of that, it kinda feels like I shouldn’t have to hack my way around this and should work Out of the box.
The system suspends and powers back on just fine in windows, and I double checked the BIOS settings already.
Is anyone experiencing a similar issue?
How did you work around it?
Motherboard is Gigabyte aorus master trx40 (I think), it has a Threadripper 3something