[fprint] question about biometric verify
w.ullrich at n-view.net
Tue Sep 27 09:49:37 PDT 2011
afaik the libfprint driver is not capable of identification with upek
devices. For my own project FingeprintGui I've used the proprietary
Linux driver "libbsapi.so" from UPEK. See
http://www.pdfserver.net/fingerprint for more details.
> El 26/09/11 19:46, Rafael Toledo escribió:
> > Hello, Linos!
> > I was made on a project some months ago, a identify system. Maybe the concept
> > can help you.
> > I used the fp_identify_finger() function. I maintain the finger data in the
> > database, after converting them to unsigned char*.
> > I create a vector with user names, and a vector with the data of the
> > fingerprints in the same order. As the function returns
> > the index of the finger identified, I catch the same index on the vector of
> > users to know who is the user.
> > Maybe this idea can suggest any solution to you (maybe this isn't the best
> > answer, but works)
> > Best regards,
> > Rafael Toledo
> I am a bit lost reading the code because i have little to none experience with
> c, i am using python in the project with a wrapper for the library i have
> created with cython, but the function fp_dev_supports_identification returns
> False for me with the Upek Eikon, i have read the code and it seems that the
> needed function identify_start it is only set for imaging devices.
> Could anyone please confirm this? i have checked and the SDK from Upek have an
> identify function but it seems that libfprint don't supports that.
> Miguel Angel.
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