when i suspend my system i cant use my wireless mouse to wake up but i solve it with
echo enabled > /sys/bus/usb/devices/1-1.3/power/wakeup
but how do i enable this command on every reboot (it also need root privileges to execute) so i don't need to type the commands after reboot?
You can use tmpfiles.d, for example:
For suspend/sleep cases, a systemd service unit maybe better choice.
There are several methods to do what you want.
Read and adjust your preferred one.
can you provide an example on this case?
Have you read the linked article? Why not? Lazy?
im new to arch so there is something that i dont know like systemd
SystemD is the Engine that runs everything in an Archlinux/Garuda system. You have to start reading.
For your case that you know you can solve if you run a command, it seems suitable to use a systemd hook script. And is a perfect chance to start learning.
Read this and apply.
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