fprint project releases

order cialis daily 120 pills purchase usa Things are still busy with my new project. Here are a few more fprint releases which add some crucial features:

  1. libfprint v0.0.3 adds support for the Authentec AES1610 found in various common laptops/tablets, contributed by Anthony Bretaudeau. These fingerprint readers only see a small area of the finger so imaging performance isn’t great, but it is usable!
  2. pam_fprint v0.2 adds an enrollment application contributed by Vasily Khoruzhick, and has been fixed not to activate itself for logins over SSH.
  3. fprint_demo v0.2 and v0.3 add various bits of functionality: enrollment GUI, image saving functionality, plus the ability to count and plot detected minutiae points.

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buy ayurslim 60 caps generic ingredients This entry was posted on Monday, November 19th, 2007 at 7:47 pm and is filed under Fingerprinting, Gentoo. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

3 Responses to “fprint project releases”

  1. nightmorph Says:

    how to order pentasa 400mg generic uk Sweet. CSI meets Linux!

    order glycomet 500 mg cheap canadian pharmacy How far along is the project? i.e. could it be put into Portage (at any point)?

  2. Daniel Drake Says:

    I may add fprint_demo and libfprint soon. I am not so sure about adding fprint_pam because the libfprint API is not guaranteed to be stable and I don’t want to break login for people. Breaking fprint_demo is not such a big deal.

  3. Björn Michaelsen Says:

    Whose fingerprint did you just publish?

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