A patch https://patchwork.kernel.org/patch/10212201/ is going to fix
this issue properly, it should be backported to older kernels too, so
hopefully going forward your USB-C connectors will work correctly, it
also fixes NVMe drives disappearing after suspend too
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thunderbolt hotplug is broken
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Thunderbolt hotplug is broken on type-c ports. Redhat already
submitted a patch for this that was accepted into upstream ACPICA, but
it needs to be backported into Ubuntu's kernel.
I've verified that the patch works properly using a type-C USB
Ethernet dongle as well as hot-plugging a Dell TB15 dock.
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