In the ppas list you linked “08ff: I think it’s very unlikely any third party will write non-free binary only drivers unless funded to do so. Neither works, but displays the chip and says it uses AES driver. DebianOn is an effort to document how to install, configure and use Debian on some specific hardware. Hi there, can somebody confirm this working in

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You should build updated libfprint package and install it into system. This page has been accessedtimes. On Fri, Dec 4, at 2: Just got a reply from Authentec: Some are just scanners, others do the recognition in the device itself.

Jonas Strassel jo-strassel wrote on As I am fan of this technology I tried few times to reverse engineer its windows drivers. If you’re a developer and want to participate in the effort I would suggest to get involved via the fprint community.

I too have the 08ff: I’ve put the full specifications documents up on http: But it makes some weird sound, like high frequency beeping.


Power Management Works out of the box. I am sorry, it works, I misread info text. How can I use it for login and sudo? Robert Ancell robert-ancell wrote on And authentec may not have SDK for linux.

Linux support for the AuthenTec AES – Terence Eden’s Blog

The purpose is not to duplicate the Debian Official Documentationbut to document how to install Debian on some specific hardware. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Fri Oct 8 System Summary lspci Your email address will not be published.

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.

This page was last modified on 6 Mayat Changed in libfprint Ubuntu: You are only renting it until they decide they no longer want to support you.

Confirming that the libfprint does support this device so if it is not working then there is a bug somewhere. I have two questions regarding the power management in combination with fprintd.


The manufacturer of the fingerprint reader has a great developer communityso I contacted them. We can also share the USB spec with you directly, if you register to our Developer Program and let me know your user id.

AES fingerprint reader not recognized after upgrading to Ubuntu IBMs second generation auuthentec T42 models released in Autumn was the first to feature an integrated fingerprint reader.

My guess is they will only do it if they are funded.

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I installed from the ppa, so I’d most likely have the newest built already. Hosting provided by Metropolitan Area Network Darmstadt. Btw I’ve asked fprint ppa team https: