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On Ubuntu, use PPA at https: The manufacturer of the fingerprint reader has a great developer community , so I contacted them. If a hardware manufacturer won’t allow you to use their hardware with any software you choose – guess what; it’s not your hardware. Or is there a PPA with the new version? Your help is needed! Fingerprint Gui had a nice interface, but was pretty unstable on the login page and sudo and constantly crashed.

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Thanks for the effort and I would be interested to be a beta tester, too. Refer to this for a full guide.

Read more at http: Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. AlbinFreycenon will this works on x1 carbon 5th gen? Thank you all so much for doing this! IBMs second generation of T42 models released in Autumn was the first to feature an integrated fingerprint reader. Learn how your comment data is processed.


Fingerprint GUI

Actually no need to install gksu-polkit it seems. Will your adaptation of the drivers be submitted into the official libfprint project as well? Some are just scanners, others do the recognition in the device itself.

Thank you for your interest in this question. As I am fan of this technology I tried few times to reverse engineer its windows drivers.

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It may appear in lspci -v or lsusb -v. I strictly followed the instructions: Now, I know that fingerprint readers can easily be defeated by jelly-babiesbut it annoys me when something doesn’t work. Retrieved from ” https: To the right you can find a list of known problems. Since the finger print is normally “stored” all over the keyboard.

If I can help somehow, for example testing sth. Is it possible to use fingerprint scanning instead of traditional login with How to make Ubuntu recognise it and use it for login? Debian effort to provide fingerprint support: Remember, using fingerprints for authentication is much aauthentec to having a password which is written on anything you touch.


You are only renting it until they decide they no longer want to support you. Partners Support Community Ubuntu.

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Please remove your finger before trying again. Mina Michael 4, 17 59 Be aware this PPA includes non-free software as indicated in the About page of the project. This site uses Akismet to reduce linix.

The usb reports 08ff: I can also help with testing the AES