Equal or bigger monitors are working properly. I installed the latest packages available from the PPA as mentioned. I’ve put the full specifications documents up on http: I learned this to my cost when Creative stopped supporting the Hollywood DXR3 card – it was a cracking bit of hardware, but Creative decided that they didn’t care about pissing off customers who had Windows XP. Presumably Canonical can ask for the information under NDA and write a non-free binary blob driver and provide it via that route?
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[ubuntu] Installing Poscope [Archive] – Ubuntu Forums
Forums Knowledge Base Blogs. If not I’d guess some weird hardware issues. Fri Oct 8 WiFi Requires the use of non-free firmware. Dorian the “Fix Released” is only for the release notes, meaning it’s now indicated this doesn’t work.
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Lihux your packages database, upgrade packages: As I am fan of this technology I tried few times to reverse engineer its windows drivers.
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I have this question too. Now, I know that fingerprint readers can easily be defeated by jelly-babiesbut it annoys me when something doesn’t work. Florian Stoll flostoll on The manufacturer of the fingerprint reader has ase2810 great developer communityso I contacted them.
5 Steps: ThinkPad fingerprint reader on Archlinux
AES device in my Thinkpad T Docking Station Works out of the box. Lenovo only sell T with Windows so they only care about Windows drivers. AES logs posted to the mailing list and my first-glance analysis AES logs would be good to have on file, if anyone has linyx.
Can somebody share their experiences please. Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. Remember, using fingerprints for authentication is much similar to having a password which is written on anything you touch.
Thinkfinger does not support AuthenTec unfortunately. Greg greg-net-launchpad wrote on Is this really fixed?
Fingerprint reader support
Notify me of lonux posts by email. Or will it be always on and power draining like some other usb devices? I am using Ubuntu Various models since then have had this feature, actually implemented with a number of different devices, all of which appear on the USB bus. Keep in mind Ubuntu Atanas Popov popov-atanas wrote on Did this model ever work?
I am guessing from the apparent lack of official Canonical corporate interest in this bug, the answer is this bit of hardware will not now ever work in Ubuntu and definitely never in Debian. The new thinkpads use a different vendor for their fingerprint reader.