Hi there, can somebody confirm this working in I realise that Linux is currently a niche OS – but lack of open software support is a serious omission from any hardware manufacturer. Russel Winder russel wrote on Retrieved from ” https: You can compile it manually but don’t install it into the system, wait for someone who can make ppa with this lib sudo apt-get install build-essential libusb For my Authentec this means full integration and configuration via system settings even in To post a comment you must log in.
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Will see if I can share them, then write a new blog post. There’s oinux of information there: Common features are listed below – Screen size 14″, 15″, or 15″ wide – Wireless card – Disk and Ram size, optical device – Other options, like fingerprint reader, bluetooth Scott, I don’t think I was missing your point.
System Summary lspci Perhaps there’s still sb out there that has it and can confirm this a bug. You are only renting it until they decide they no longer want to support you.
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If I run the same with sudo gives me the same result. TouchPad works out of the box.
I realise that Linux is currently a niche OS – but lack of open software support is a serious omission from any hardware manufacturer. Hi there, can somebody confirm this working in Is this really fixed?
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Release Notes for Ubuntu Edit. AES fingerprint reader not recognized after upgrading to Ubuntu You should build updated libfprint package and install it into wes2810.
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He outlined in two very good talks how to forge each and every available fingerprint sensor available at linuc cost of a few euros, using materials from your local hardware store, a digicam and a laser printer!
Linux support for AES devices is not yet available. Problem is, that communication between OS and device is encrypted.
But it makes some weird sound, like high frequency beeping. However, it’s not all good news: I am guessing from the apparent lack of official Canonical corporate interest in this bug, kinux answer is this bit of hardware will not now ever work in Ubuntu and definitely never in Debian.
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Zeth, so don’t try what I suggested, please completely ignore the above and keep hoping for the best: So unless a big corporate suddenly decides it has to fund Canonical to have the driver, Canonical will have to fund the project internally or it will never happen.
If not I’d guess some weird hardware issues. I will make a note to linkx you know once we come lihux a conclusion and will be ready to move forward. Bus Device I’ve recently tested this with Ubuntu Remote bug watches freedesktop-bugs Edit Bug watches keep track of this bug in other bug trackers. How can I use it for login and sudo?