Usb Pm Tools

Scripts for improved Linux USB power management.
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This git repository contains scripts and lists of USB devices that help users improve USB power management on their Linux systems. It contains:

  • A bash script to generate udev rules to automatically turn on USB power management (auto-suspend) when a USB device is plugged into the system. This uses the USB device's Vendor ID (VID) and Product ID (PID).

  • known-good-devs.txt: A list of USB devices by VID/PID that have been tested and are known to support auto-suspend.

  • A very old and clunky bash script that attempts to guide users through testing their USB devices to see if they support power management (auto-suspend). Don't use this, just use powertop.

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