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Lezyne GPS Firmware Updates on Linux PC?

Old 07-03-20, 01:38 PM
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Lezyne GPS Firmware Updates on Linux PC?

The Lezyne Enhanced Super GSP bundle I purchased at the end of May is only now being setup, and what I've found is that the only way to update the firmware is with a Windows or Mac PC. I have neither -- a Linux only household. Lezyne does not incorporate Wi-Fi or Bluetooth firmware uploading from an Android or iOS phone, either. Has any Linux user on this forum found a way to natively do a firmware upload to their Lezyne GPS on a Linux platform? TIA

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Old 07-03-20, 02:21 PM
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How often does the firmware get upgraded?

It seems like you should be able to borrow somebody's Windows machine to do the update.

The Electronics, Lighting, & Gadgets subforum would be a more-appropriate place to ask.
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Can you go to a local school or library?
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Originally Posted by retiredguru View Post
Has any Linux user on this forum found a way to natively do a firmware upload to their Lezyne GPS on a Linux platform?
Your only chance will be a Linux Hypervisor or apparently something called "Wine".
Sorry, no experience with either.

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Thanks for the replies and suggestions. I was able to get the vendor to RMA the order and give me a full refund. I'll stick to the phone apps. I don't need to share my (mis)fortunes on the road.
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