I have three USB ports out of which one of the ports is damaged.
I think it’s better for this distro to completely ignore that port. Cut off the current supply in that port (if possible), or just let the kernel know it’s a dead piece of sh*t.
But is it possible? Is there such a command which can do this?
Here is the output of sudo dmesg -k | grep usb
That is the screenshot of GNOME-logs.
In Ubuntu 21.04, I was having the suspend problem due to this USB issue (I think). And it might create the same problem here in Fedora 34.