Vendors on the LVFS

This page shows all the vendors contacted by the LVFS team. If you'd like to be added to this list please let me know.

Vendor fwupd support LVFS account Uploaded firmware Comments
8Bitdo Yes (ebitdo >= 0.9.3) Yes Yes All game pads are supported
AIAIAI Yes (csr >= 0.9.3) Yes Yes The H05 is supported
AltusMetrum Yes (altos >= 0.7.4) Yes Yes Only the ChaosKey is supported
Dell Yes (uefi >= 0.6.2 & dell >= 0.7.3) Yes Yes Recent IoT, XPS, Latitude, Precision, and Optiplex hardware is supported. For older systems not supported by LVFS, the vendor recommends creating personalized update notifications using the Dell support site.
Hughski Limited Yes (colorhug >= 0.1.0) Yes Yes All ColorHug hardware is supported
Jabra Yes (dfu >= 1.0.1) Yes Yes All SPEAK hardware is supported, more models to follow
Linaro Yes (uefi >= 0.6.3) Yes Yes The DeveloperBox should be supported soon
Logitech Yes (unifying >= 0.8.0) Yes Yes All Unifying receivers supported, and a few wireless devices
Intel (Thunderbolt) Yes (thunderbolt >= 0.9.7) Yes n/a Firmware uploading is owned by Thunderbolt system vendors
Hewlett-Packard Yes (uefi >= 0.6.3) Yes No One model of hardware is being tested
Lenovo Yes (uefi >= 0.6.3) Yes No Testing is in progress
Lenovo ThinkStation Yes (uefi >= 0.6.3) Yes No One model of ThinkStation product is being tested.
Mellanox Yes (uefi >= 0.6.3) Yes No FMP implemented, however UEFI capsules were not created or tested
Nitrokey Yes (dfu >= 1.0.2, nitrokey >= 1.0.2) Yes No The Nitrokey storage device should be supported soon
Purism Yes (purism) Yes No Testing is in progress, hopefully done soon! 2017-08-15
Supermicro Yes (uefi >= 0.6.3) Yes No Vendor is investigating adding support for fwupd and LVFS
Blinkinlabs Yes (dfu >= 0.6.0) No Yes All devices with updates are supported
Busware Yes (dfu >= 1.0.2) No No No response to initial inquiry
HakShop Yes (dfu >= 1.0.2) No No Vendor is investigating adding support for fwupd and LVFS
Olimex Yes (dfu >= 1.0.2) No No Vendor is investigating adding support for fwupd and LVFS
Retrode Yes (dfu >= 1.0.2) No No Vendor is investigating adding support for fwupd and LVFS
RyscCorp Yes (dfu >= 1.0.2) No No No response to initial inquiry
SIMtrace Yes (dfu >= 0.6.0) No No No response to initial inquiry
Walkera Yes (dfu >= 0.6.0) No No Encrypted firmware with no metadata, so can't be done automatically
Avantree No No No Emailed asking for comment on 2017-12-11
BeoPlay No No No Emailed asking for comment on 2017-12-11
Bose No No No Emailed asking for comment on 2017-12-11
Bowers&Wilkins No No No Emailed asking for comment on 2017-12-11
Bus Pirate No No No Community group is adding support of custom protocol to fwupd, should be fixed by 7.2 firmware release.
Cambridge SoundWorks No No No Emailed asking for comment on 2017-12-11
Corsair No No No Vendor does not provide official Linux support
Focusrite No No No Vendor does not provide official Linux support
Fugoo No No No Emailed asking for comment on 2017-12-11
Jarre Technologies No No No Emailed asking for comment on 2017-12-11
JBL No No No Emailed asking for comment on 2017-12-11
Next Thing Co No No No Only fastboot is supported on Linux
Plantronics No No No Emailed asking for comment on 2017-12-11, replied 2017-12-13
Printrbot No No No Vendor is enthusiastic about Linux support, more details required
RIVA Audio No No No Emailed asking for comment on 2017-12-11
ROCCAT No No No No response to initial inquiry
Seagate No No No Vendor does not support updating firmware on Linux
SteelSeries No No No Initial version support in fwupd but with no firmware update support
System76 No No No Unable to use current architecture
Toshiba No No No Vendor is aware of issue and testing internally
Ubertooth No No No Initial tests not yet done
Ultimate Hacking Keyboard No No No Vendor has developed own tool called Agent
Ultimate Ears No No No Emailed asking for comment on 2017-12-11
Valve No No No There is no fwupd support in SteamOS and none of the Valve hardware is supported.
Wiggleport No No No No response to initial inquiry
Zebra No No No Emailed asking for comment on 2017-12-11