Please let us know immediately if this newer 2. Libfprint’s git tree has a driver for this device. As far as I know it doesn’t support the reader in the R61 I have here. Also I don’t see that this driver is in the mainline kernel either. If this issue still exists in a supported series, please file a new bug. This version of the device is just a sensor no biometric coprocessor and is instead supported by the upeksonly driver. You must be logged in to post a comment.
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Here are the steps to get the PPA version installed: I will give it a try. The following is the way to put SELinux in permissive mode to get our job done.
But when I checked with upeksonly module code one which supports UPEK Touchstrip sensor-only modelsthe supported device table does not list my model e: Have you been in touch with Daniel Drake q.
I did everything to start using fingerprint reader. David Jurenka jurenka wrote on The steps are typically as follows: The ubuntu-kernel-team is being unassigned from this bug report. Support for the sensor-only devices is a significant step forward as this hardware can be found in a lot of laptops. Bus Device The laptop has a fingerprint reader that ubuntu completely fails to recognize, even by installing u;ek thinkfinger package that is used by many previous Thinkpad models.
Forum discussion and howto for bit, using non-free drivers Seems to be supported as of Works for Me TM.
How to get Fingerprint reader working in Fedora Linux (Upek 147e:1000 in this case)
Yup, thanks for the feedback. Lucio Crusca lucrus wrote on Upek Fingerprint Reader does not work 7. Email me about changes to this bug report.
I have the same problem. Upstream bug because Launchpad doesn’t support FlySpray: Hi I have F16 x64 and Bus Device If I can help somehow, for example testing sth. This page was last modified on 6 Mayat You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Please have a look upk the bugreports and and vote for it!
How to get Fingerprint reader working in Fedora Linux (Upek e in this case) – Black God
The kernel supports libusb1. I contacted them too, after I read this page and because I will buy a Lenovo N soon.
I run a Ubuntu 9. If there were no upei on the way except the ones already mentioned you are good to go. The below screenshots are self explanatory. A detailed yet-quite-long roadmap is here: It would be good to have more then only one possibilities to read the fingerprint. Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara on Ugo Riboni uriboni wrote on If some one can comment on how to do it neatly, I will be happy.