BTW jelly-bears attach is always cited, but majority of new devices and I believe AES isn’t exception have support for detecting if the finger if life heat, electric charge etc. Privacy policy About ThinkWiki Terms of use. Have no access to the device ATM. Neither works, but displays the chip and says it uses AES driver. Are there any powersaving features and will that device wake up ad hoc? Verify and Enroll works! I installed the latest packages available from the PPA as mentioned.

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AES device in my Thinkpad T Did not receive a reply. Mouse Both the Trackpoint and the? The above indicated using the libpam-fprint package, although the docs indicate libpam-fprintd which wasn’t found in my test.

280 AES has an “less secure” mode as well as the “super secure” mode. Hi there, can somebody confirm this working in Remote bug watches freedesktop-bugs Edit Bug watches keep track of this bug in other bug trackers.

Have no access to the device ATM. 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 Thus no-one with any financial clout is going to care, except Canonical, who I thought had a policy of all hardware working under Ubuntu llinux of the box.


Retrieved from ” https: You are only renting it until they decide they no longer want to support you. As far as i know suthentec does not support AES at the moment – http: And authentec may not have SDK for linux.

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How can I use it for login and sudo? Florian Stoll flostoll wrote on Zeth, autgentec don’t try what I suggested, please completely ignore the above and keep hoping for the best: If a hardware manufacturer won’t allow you to use their hardware with any software you choose – guess what; it’s not your hardware.

Core Components Boot Standard Kernel: Jonas Strassel jo-strassel wrote on DebianOn is an effort to document how to install, configure and use Debian on some specific hardware. Various models since then have had this feature, actually implemented with a number of different devices, all of which appear on the USB bus. See full activity log.

If not I’d guess some weird hardware issues. Todd Stiers tas-x wrote on AES fingerprint reader not recognized worked in Now, I know that fingerprint readers can easily be defeated by jelly-babiesbut it annoys me when something doesn’t authenttec.


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Problem is, that communication between OS and device is encrypted. 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. I never got it to work on any Ubuntu version and the fprint wiki always stated that it is not supported To post a comment you must log in.

I have not recognized fprint. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Or will it be always on and power draining like some other usb devices? He outlined in two very good talks how to forge each and every available fingerprint sensor available at the cost of a few euros, using materials from your local hardware store, a digicam and a laser printer!