Okay so I am currently running KDE Neon (simply Ubuntu with KDE nothing special) and I am planning to switch over to Manjaro Gnome as soon as I get my new laptop. My current laptop has thunderbolt 3 which I use connect to a thunderbolt dock to connect a second monitor, a keyboard, a mouse, headset, etc to my laptop at once. This works without any issue till now. Now I got myself a USB stick and booted Manjaro from my current laptop to test everything that I want to use on my new laptop (the new one is basically the same, just newer processor).
Now to my problem:
- When I connect my laptop to my dock the monitor switches over without any issue. And PowerDelivery is working too. But my external keyboard is not lighting up, my external mouse is working, my headset is not available. Basically everything connected to my dock over USB is not working. Entering lsusb in the terminal does not show up any of my devices (like they wouldn’t be connected at all). I do have authorized the dock in the gnome settings and even boldctl is showing that the dock is authorized and connected.
What I tried so far:
- Several disconnects / reconnects, restarts of Manjaro
- disabling tlp
- setting usbcore.autosuspend to -1
I have no clue what I could try else. If anyone on here could help me out, I would be very thankfully. I really do need to support for using all of these devices otherwise I am forced to continue using KDE Neon.