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    Re: HOWTO: Fingerprint reading in Ubuntu with fprint

    i just installed this on my Fujitsu t4210 and it works great. thanks=D>

    i followed the instructions on this page http://www.ubuntu-unleashed.com/2008...o-work-in.html
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    Re: HOWTO: Fingerprint reading in Ubuntu with fprint

    ok so after adding another account on my tablet pc is there away to add a 2nd set of prints to make it more secure ?
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    Re: HOWTO: Fingerprint reading in Ubuntu with fprint

    OMG Thanks for this, had some trouble at first, had to reboot into recovery mount drives then drop to shell to undo the changes to the file and reset password then tried again and realized I was only supposed to put the command above all of the other code in the auth config file, now it works fine!

    Also did the gksu patch successfully and I am on Linux Mint 12 64-bit.

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    Re: HOWTO: Fingerprint reading in Ubuntu with fprint

    Quote Originally Posted by pmontrasio View Post
    I can't run aes2501 on my HP nc8430, ubuntu 8.10 amd64.
    Here are the details:

    $ lsusb
    Bus 003 Device 002: ID 08ff:2580 AuthenTec, Inc. AES2501 Fingerprint Sensor

    $ sudo apt-get install aes2501-wy
    $ sudo apt-get install libfprint0 libpam-fprint fprint-demo

    All went fine.

    $ sudo aes2501
    argc=1 Initializing, please standby...
    No device found

    $ sudo fprint_demo
    aeslib:error [do_write_regv] bulk write error -2
    fp:error [fp_dev_open] device initialisation failed, driver=aes2501

    It shows the device with a status message "Could not open the device".
    Any idea? Thanks!
    I have the same computer model but running Ubuntu 12.10 x86.

    aes2501 command:
    Code:
    ***@jdeen-hp:~$ aes2501 
    argc=1 Initializing, please standby...
    aesSetup()...
    aesStartScan()...
    READY (touch the sensor to stop)
    Scanning...
    Assembling...
    Segmentation fault (core dumped)
    
    ***@jdeen-hp:~$ sudo aes2501 
    argc=1 Initializing, please standby...
    aesSetup()...
    aesStartScan()...
    READY (touch the sensor to stop)
    Scanning...
    Assembling...
    (-finger print shows up in LXDE-)
    READY (touch the sensor to stop)
    fprintd-enroll command:
    Code:
    ***@jdeen-hp:~$ fprintd-enroll
    Using device /net/reactivated/Fprint/Device/0
    Enrolling right index finger.
    (-no response from fingerprint reader-)
    
    ***@jdeen-hp:~$ sudo fprintd-enroll
    Using device /net/reactivated/Fprint/Device/0
    Enrolling right index finger.
    (-no response from fingerprint reader-)
    Gui versions act the same (as does the fingerprint-gui package from David Jurenka https://launchpad.net/~fingerprint/+...ingerprint-gui ).

    Please help me rescue my love for biometrics (;

    //JDeen
    Last edited by JonDeen; December 26th, 2012 at 09:54 PM. Reason: ColorLove

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    Re: HOWTO: Fingerprint reading in Ubuntu with fprint

    I understand fprint isn't quite up to being a proper authentication mechanism yet, but how come anyone could enroll his fingerprint using
    Code:
    fprintd-enroll
    For instance - an unauthorised person finds computer in logged-in state and enrolls his prints granting him all sudo rights.

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    Re: HOWTO: Fingerprint reading in Ubuntu with fprint

    can some show me exactly where to place auth sufficient pam_fprint.so? I've tried a few times i either get failed attempt 3 times without doing anything or don't need a fingerprint or password or it keeps asking for password.

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    Re: HOWTO: Fingerprint reading in Ubuntu with fprint

    I'm on Ubuntu 13.10 64bit with fingerprint reader 05ba:000a DigitalPersona, Inc. The fprint_Demo does see the device however I am unable to enroll. It does not seem to save fingerprint images. It remains at enroll left thumb. The enroll from the terminal seems to do the same thing. Any ideas? Or does anyone know where the log is?http://i.imgur.com/86r7amb.png
    Last edited by JHGould5607; February 20th, 2014 at 05:38 AM.

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    Re: HOWTO: Fingerprint reading in Ubuntu with fprint

    Hello all

    There was a lot of time ago when this topic was created. Could someone summarize how it looks in Ubuntu 13.10:

    1 Logging into Ubuntu using fingerprint ( multiple users, each with its own fingerprint ) .
    The logon manager installed by default in Ubuntu 13.10 , gives you the opportunity ?


    2 Where can I find information about which log manager is installed by default in Ubuntu 13.10 / 13.10 Lubuntu / Xubuntu 13.10 ?


    3 Is it possible to omit entering the user name ? ( I would like Ubuntu only based on the scanned finger recognize the user and log on him )


    4 Where in the most correct way I can define / execute automatically run the script /home/user/scripts/accepted.sh when you log in to the system ( the same behavior for each newly added user )


    5 Where in the most correct way I can define / implement automatic start of script /home/scripts/declined.sh when your try to log on was unsuccessful ?


    6 How to gather (collect fingerprints) people who have tried to authorize and were not entitled to it ?



    Please also check my topic about using fingerprint in bash script:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.p...8#post12960498

    I'm still searching for sollution for multiple users

    Thank you for a feedback
    Best reagrds

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    Re: HOWTO: Fingerprint reading in Ubuntu with fprint

    hi i followed all steps ...when i open fprint_demo it shows No device connected..what could be the reason???and i checked my device using lsusb..my device is there in the list
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