It may appear in lspci -v or lsusb -v. This time I couldn’t get it to work with that software even after multiple attempts. I didn’t tested it in latest versions. T60p – Windows 10 or Windows 7? Audio Seems to work out of the box without problem. You can skip this in seconds Click here to continue. ThinkVantage Fingerprint Software offers top-level user convenience, it is easy to install and easy to use.
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I then told it to scan for hardware changers. Exactly the same thing happens when starting the Lenovo software via the control panel. The symptom is that the touchpad cursor movement is “jumpy” and imprecise.
Solved: Drivers for the Biometric Coprocessor for the ThinkPad W – Lenovo Community
System Summary lspci This page has been accessedtimes. Actually no need to install gksu-polkit it seems.
But thank you anyway. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count. I came across this Intel page that references Logging in instead using a password, the Lenovo software seems to try and load – I see a splash screen, then nothing happens.
Read more about the various models of reader on the libfprint wiki. Or must I use W7? There has been quite a bit of research by a hacker named Starbug, a member of the Chaos Computer Club, Berlin, Germany.
Can someone help me please. See How to enable the integrated fingerprint reader.
Hosting provided biomettic Metropolitan Area Network Darmstadt. After experimentally disabling the reader in the BIOS, the same box pops up, suggesting that the reader cannot be seen. Yosved Villar 1 4 7. No special knowledge is required to thinnkpad it, despite the fact that it is top-level software using the most progressive security technologies. Its components provide a sophisticated security architecture protecting your computer from attacks by unauthorized persons.
I then removed the biometric coprocessor from the device manager and told it to also uninstall any drivers.
Funny thing is, in my prior install of Windows 7 I was able to get it to work just fine using Lenovo’s software. How to make Ubuntu recognise it and use it for login? Now, I can successfully logon, but whenever I attempt to unlock the system coproceswor locking or putting it to sleep, it does say “Fingerprint Logon – Swipe Your Finger” and after swiping it returns the following message: I strictly followed the instructions: It may appear in lspci -v or lsusb lwnovo.
That worked for me and my X Please remove your finger before trying again. The purpose is not to duplicate the Debian Official Documentationbut to document how to install Debian on some specific hardware. I didn’t tested it in latest versions. I’ve tried starting the Windows Biometric service manually – it doesn’t seem to start automatically – and this makes no difference.
Anytime Last week Last month Last 6 months Last year. The irritating Fingerprint Logon logo continues to show thhinkpad. Those devices and Authentec ones are supported by libfprint.