Biometrical Authentication in Debian
The Debian Biometrical Authentication Force is a team responsible for init works related with fingerprint authentication and other biometrical works in Debian.
The works are still in the initial stage. There are a few links that can help in this stage. At this moment a modified fvs is able to recognize fingerprints. There are efforts packaging libfprint and writing an authentication daemon.
- Look for drivers/scanners/finger recognition/pam modules available to be included in Debian and package them.
Do a modular design for all works to get it easy to add new drivers/scanners. See the proposal. (Obsolete, wait for the new one)
- Send a mail to debian-devel announcing this.
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FingerprintAuthentication - similar Ubuntu wiki page
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/Fingerprint - same for Fedora; Fedora 11 will support logging in with a fingerprint
fprintf complete system for aes2501, aes4000, upekts and uru4000!!!! it include a pam module. Tested with login, gdm, kdm ... LGPL!!!! NEW
thinkfinger a driver for the SGS Thomson Microelectronics fingerprint reader found in some IBM/Lenovo ThinkPads --- dead project.
Digital Persona / Microsoft Fingerprint Reader Driver for Linux
FPS200 USB fingerprint sensor driver
h5400 FSI driver and client library for Linux
Verifinger SDK 4.2 includes fx2000 driver.
Precise 200 MC driver.
svn checkout http://bioapi-linux.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ bioapi-linux
NIST BIOMETRIC IMAGE SOFTWARE (NBIS). Internally used by libfprintf
Free Fingerprint Imaging Software. Old name for NBIS software
Fingerprint verification system. There are an improved version in FingerForce alioth svn.
fprint project: The fprint project aims to plug a gap in the Linux desktop: support for consumer fingerprint reader devices.
Face authentication, with pam module!
Who we are
Miguel Gea Milvaques <xerakko at debian dot org>
Luca Capello <gismo at debian dot org>
Mariano 'Dererk' Velez <arrob at dererk dot com dot ar>
Mailing list fingerforce-devel