dfu-util has been tested with the Openmoko Neo1973 and Freerunner and many other devices. Releases of the dfu-util software can be found in the releases folder. We offer binaries for Microsoft Windows and some other platforms.
dfu-util uses libusb 1.0 to access your device, so on Windows you have to register the device with the Win USB driver (alternatively libusb-win32 or libusb K), please see the libusb wiki for more details.
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Linux distributions endorsed by the Free Software Foundation The table below shows the default file system, but many Linux distributions support some or all of ext2, ext3, ext4, Btrfs, Reiser FS, Reiser4, JFS, XFS, GFS2, OCFS2, and NILFS.
It is possible to install Linux onto most of these file systems.
When you drag an image on the editor the image assistant opens. App Images are binaries that are packaged with all their dependencies and should thus run on any linux desktop system.On Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora and Gentoo you can install it through the normal software package tools.For other distributions (namely Open Su Se, Mandriva, and Cent OS) Holger Freyther was kind enough to provide binary packages through the Open Build Service. Browse it via the web interface or clone it with: See our build instructions for how to build the source on different platforms. If you have questions about the development or use of dfu-util please use the bug tracker until we have reestablished our mailing list.The repository contains BIOS, Firmware, Diagnostic applications and OMSA for Dell Power Edge Servers.An updated Dell Linux repository, Dell System Update (DSU) is available here.