The keyboard works fine, and the back-light too, via the sony-laptop kernel module. Matt Thanks for your input! It says that no supported devices are in my system. I’ll talk about this here, because it’s always nice to know that new hardware works quite fine or not under Debian. Bus Device Dmitry Korotovsky rmpic30 wrote on
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Tony Tascioglu tonytash wrote on Cannot Detect Fingerprint Sensor on Ubuntu Originally Posted by pascal79 Yes. However when I try to enroll lnux prints, here’s what happens: I can send you a patch if you want. Would there be a way to store all the frames separately, in order to work on improving the stitching?
Thanks for your help. The keyboard works fine, and the back-light too, via the sony-laptop kernel module. That I know well and I trust. Find More Posts by Billgatus of Borg.
Try reboot or cold boot. Originally Posted by pascal The good news is that the fix for seems to work and I can merge it into main branch.
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Aless Thanks for testing! No devices available lshw: Aless Jeant aless-jeant wrote on Matt Heck hpg-mheck wrote on Not that it would fix the busy problem I’d be surprised if it did.
Yeah I understand perfectly. I got this error when executing autogen. I updated qes1660 library libfprint and I see it works. Join our community today! If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. I’ve changed the order of commands a bit aes160 it may fix the lock-up issue. Patrick Hofmann pahofmann wrote on Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.
Fingerprint It does not work, and is not supported according to my research. William Elliott willdorf wrote on Ouch what a mistake to make!
Someone needs to write a driver for it.
Could you please compile with debug support https: I have installed code from GitHub, current as of today. I tried your fork of libprintf, Igor, and noticed you don’t support ID 04f3: In fact, it is under way. Daniel Verstegen verstegen-daan wrote on Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on