Device Manager 4 Linux is a distro agnostic graphical device manager for Linux that lets you disable and enable devices without blacklisting the associated kernel module and without requiring a reboot.
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README.md

Device Manager 4 Linux

Device Manager 4 Linux is a distro agnostic graphical device manager for Linux that lets you disable and enable devices without blacklisting the associated kernel module and without requiring a reboot.

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You can also apply the changes when your system starts.

The source code is being updated on a daily/hourly bases. Check often if you want to get the latest and most reliable version. Please email me if you find isuses.

I will be releasing AppImages any moment but haven't yet because I am still testing.