iNav Configurator for Linux


Here are recent versions of the inav configurator for 32 and 64 bit intel platforms (the 64 bit version may or may not be more recent than than on the official site), as well as couple of files to make the Linux experience a bit more useful. The extras include the icon image and an example XDG desktop file needed for a desktop launcher.

Note: These are ia32 / x86_64 architectures only. They will not work on other hardware platforms such as ARM, MIPS, PPC etc.

Note: The 2.0.0 configurator files were last updated 2018-08-20 (2.0 release)

If you're also looking for iNav developement firmware, you can find contemporary hex files for popular FC at


  1. Download the required Zip file, either as below (32 and 64 bit) or from the official site (64 bit).

  2. Download the icon and desktop file as below:



  1. Unzip into the /tmp/ directory unzip -d /tmp/

  2. As one off, create a home for the files (this follows the convention used by the betaflight debian package).

    sudo mkdir /opt/inav
    sudo chown $USER /opt/inav # optional, for convenience
  1. As a one off, create a directory for the icon and move the image file.
   mkdir /opt/inav/images
   mv inav_icon_128.png /opt/inav/images/
  1. As a one off, move the desktop file into your local applications directory (or the global one)
mv inav-configurator.desktop ~/.local/share/applications/
# or
sudo mv inav-configurator.desktop /usr/share/applications/
  1. Move the unzipped files into a sanely named directory mv /tmp/INAV\ Configurator /opt/inav/inav-configurator

  2. You can now lauch the standalone configurator /opt/inav/inav-configurator/inav-configurator You can add a desktop launcher using the facilities of your desktop environment: e.g.

  3. Gnome Shell : 'Add to Favourites'

  4. Budgie / Plank : 'Keep in Dock'

  5. In order to upgrade to a later version

  6. Remove the configurator directory rm -rf /opt/inav/inav-configurator

  7. Repeat steps 1, 3 and 7.