But based on the increasing number of requests we are currently considering to release the technical specification to the Linux community to be able to integrate selected AES sensor devices to the Open Source projects. Email me about changes to this bug report. Maybe it’s not fingerprint issue, I hear high pitch sound when ac adapter is unplugged Lenovo N laptop , even with fingerprint scanner disconnected. Did not receive a reply. 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! See full activity log. If you’re a developer and want to participate in the effort I would suggest to get involved via the fprint community.
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Forum discussion and howto for bit, using non-free drivers Seems to be supported as of Works for Me TM.
To check authfntec version of fprint packages you have access to, see http: This helped me too. Florian Stoll flostoll on Those devices and Authentec ones are supported by libfprint.
See our Sustainability Report. I don’t think I was missing your point. Remember, using fingerprints for authentication is much similar to having a password which is written on zes2810 you touch. You may have thought you bought it from them, but you didn’t. Scott, I don’t think I was missing your point.
Solved: Authentec AES finger print reader – Lenovo Community
Message 5 of 6. You are only renting it until they decide they no longer want to support you.
Fri Oct 8 EAB adair-boder wrote on You should build updated libfprint package and install it into system. Update your packages database, upgrade packages: Comment on this change optional. Just got a reply from Authentec: If you’re a developer and want to participate in the effort I would suggest to get involved via aee2810 fprint community.
Kevin gerbaudcorp wrote on Thus no-one with authenntec financial clout is going to care, except Canonical, who I thought had a policy of all hardware working under Ubuntu out of the box. Greg greg-net-launchpad wrote on My company got about Lenovo laptops. Well, it depends completely authwntec device.
I’ve tried three of the four versions of the finger print software including the latest and I have the same issue. If I kill the ATservice.
Thinkpad Fingerprint Reader AES2550 / AES2810 by AuthenTec Inc. and Linux
Maybe there is a conflict between something installed in the corporate build and the fingerprint software. Neither works, but displays the chip and says it uses AES driver. As of Friday, April 3rd, it was not there.
I too have the 08ff: You need to log in to change this bug’s status.