Bus Device AES fingerprint reader not recognized I think it’s very unlikely any third party will write non-free binary only drivers unless funded to do so. I’ve no idea what could be broken. 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. 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 I’ve just received the specifications from Authentec!
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I’ve no idea what could be broken. Russel Winder russel wrote on Various models since then have had this feature, actually implemented with a number of different devices, all of which appear on the USB bus.
Equal or bigger monitors are working properly. Ae2810 email address will not be published. My lsusb confirms the AES The fingerprint reader on my Lenovo Thinkpad R did work in Ubuntu Jonathan, Are you sure your device worked in Ubuntu Changed in libfprint Ubuntu: There are new scanners in AuthenTec’s range, which according to the specifications do fingerprint matching in hardware.
Neither works, but displays the chip and says it uses AES linuz. You can compile it manually but don’t install it into the system, wait for someone who can make ppa with this lib.
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AES in a Lenovo X Add this PPA to your sources: I don’t have access to any Authentec devices at the moment, I am unsubscribing to this bug report now. Are there any powersaving features and will that device wake up ad hoc? Learn linx your comment data is processed. Thinkfinger does not support AuthenTec unfortunately.
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And I see the device on the lsusb list: Can somebody share their experiences please. See our Sustainability Report.
We eas2810 provide documentation to those that ask for it – to the best of our ability i. AES fingerprint reader not recognized after upgrading to Ubuntu The UPEK device is supported by thinkfinger.
I’m not running Ubuntu, but it used to work for me half a year ago.
Well, it depends completely on device. I really don’t know, BUT I can be possible, I think it has similar interface and communication like I too have the 08ff: This bug affects 17 people. TouchPad works out of the box.
Advanced Micro Aex2810, Inc. Scott Kitterman kitterman wrote on We can also share the USB spec with you directly, if you register to our Developer Program and let me know your user id. Every so often I find a device which – inexplicably – doesn’t include Linux support. However, switching to an external Monitor which has for example x does not work flawless.