fprint (finger print sensor framework) port ready for testing
outbackdingo at gmail.com
Thu Apr 17 14:31:38 UTC 2008
any luck on this.... ?
On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 2:43 AM, Simon Barner <barner at freebsd.org> wrote:
> Outback Dingo wrote:
> > pam_fprint works (see below) but when i try to run the fprint demo i get
> > STATUS: No Devices Found
> Are you sure you have r/w access to the sensor's USB device?
> > pam_fprint_enroll -f 7
> > This program will enroll your finger, unconditionally overwriting any
> > print that was enrolled previously. If you want to continue, press
> > otherwise hit Ctrl+C
> > Found device claimed by UPEK TouchStrip driver
> > Opened device. It's now time to enroll your finger.
> > You will need to successfully scan your Right Index Finger 3 times to
> > the process.
> > Scan your finger now.
> > upekts:error [read_msg] non-zero bytes in cmd response
> > upekts:error [read_msg28] expected response, got -1 seq=40
> Something seems to go wrong. I have never seenn this error message.
> Which sensor are you using? Can you send me the output of `usbdevs -vd'
> in a private mail please?
> Best regards / Viele Grüße, barner at FreeBSD.org
> Simon Barner barner at gmx.de
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