AES fingerprint reader not recognized after upgrading to Ubuntu Hey guys, I apologise, is there something for 08ff: Resources Attachments Some configuration files and sample outputs. Jonas Strassel jo-strassel wrote on My lsusb confirms the AES Jonathan Davies jpds wrote on

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The fingerprint reader on my Lenovo Thinkpad R did work in Ubuntu How can I use it for login and sudo? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Florian Stoll flostoll on Are there any powersaving features and will that device wake up ad hoc?

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If I run the same with sudo gives me the same result. The above indicated using the libpam-fprint package, although the docs indicate libpam-fprintd which wasn’t found in my test. DebianOn is an effort to document how to install, configure and use Debian on some specific hardware. 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.


I’m not running Ubuntu, but it used to work for me half a year ago.

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You can compile it manually but don’t install it into the system, wait authenntec someone who can make ppa with this lib. For my Authentec this means full integration and configuration via system settings even in Docking Station Works out of the box.

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 out of the box. EAB adair-boder wrote on On Mon, Nov 23, at 4: Now, I know that fingerprint readers can easily be defeated by jelly-babiesbut it annoys me when something doesn’t work. I will make a note to let you know once we come to a conclusion and will be ready to move forward.

Robert Ancell robert-ancell on You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Read more about the various models of reader on the libfprint wiki. If a hardware manufacturer won’t allow you to use their hardware with any software you choose – guess what; liux not your hardware.


authentsc AES in a Lenovo X Personally I have this fingerprint reader Lenovo T for some time now about 2 years. This model didn’t work ever so, I have this device one year, and it didn’t work and doesn’t. Email me about changes to this bug report.

Your email address will not be published. You should build updated libfprint package and install it into system. Authentev page has been accessedtimes. 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 am using Ubuntu Scott Kitterman kitterman wrote on