[fprint] 1-n matching?
martin at duffman.dk
Wed Jul 30 01:06:06 PDT 2014
fprint can indeed do this, I am myself using it for this task. I am not near the source code nor a regular computer, however you can load the prints into a zero terminated array and give it to a function (fprint_verify or something in that direction) whose output, in case of a correct match, will be the index into the array for the matched print.
Sorry for the formatting, writing this from my phone...
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Fra: Jimmy Jeppesen
Dato:30/07/2014 09.47 (GMT+01:00)
Til: fprint at lists.freedesktop.org
Emne: [fprint] 1-n matching?
I am writing an application that will need to read a fingerprint and then compare this to a series of previously scanned images and report back which file matched.
The matched file then corresponds to a given user and I can proceed from there.
I have googled high and low, and it seems like libfprint is not suited for this purpose - Am I right? :-)
If not, which programs do I need (or which parameters to frpintd-verify)?
ps, thanks for the help with installation - It was indeed the Debian version on APT that was too old and a hand.compiled version worked out of the box.
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