[fprint] Call for testing: UPEK 147e:1001, AES1660, AES1610, AES2501, AES2550, AES2810, AES2660

Julian Sikorski belegdol at gmail.com
Fri Jan 1 15:41:47 PST 2016

Hi Vasily,

I should have checked git first, sorry about that. I updated the Fedora
package locally to use git source and the scanner is working, thank you!
The only issue is that is seems somewhat unresponsive - it appears that
it takes some time until a fingerprint is processed, plus there is no
messsage that matching failed on the login screen:

- I swiped my finger
- I waited 15 seconds, nothing happened
- I swiped again, logged in immediately

Another minor annoyance is that the default keyring is still asking for
password which partially defeats the point of logging in with
fingerprint as the password needs to be entered anyway.
Aside from these two, great work, thank you again!

Best regards,

W dniu 01.01.2016 o 21:26, Vasily Khoruzhick pisze:
> Hi Julian,
> libfprint from git master supports 147e:1001. See
> http://cgit.freedesktop.org/libfprint/libfprint/commit/?id=6fc5293e8330e65ed21c0e43a18b3be061933e74
> Regards,
> Vasily
> On Fri, Jan 1, 2016 at 10:25 AM, Julian Sikorski <belegdol at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi list,
>> was there ever any new development for 147e:1001? libfprint-0.6.0 does
>> not seem to contain these drivers.
>> Best regards,
>> Julian
>> W dniu 22.03.2014 o 06:46, Julian Sikorski pisze:
>>> Hi Vasily,
>>> I don't know if it times out every time, but the results look the same
>>> from the user perspective.
>>> How do I know fprint_demo is ready for enrollment, and that I should
>>> continue with re-scanning the finger?
>>> Best regards,
>>> Julian
>>> W dniu 20.03.2014 09:04, Vasily Khoruzhick pisze:
>>>> Hi Julian,
>>>> According to log, it looks like one control transfer (write reg) of
>>>> deinit sequence timed out. Does it happen all the time?
>>>> Please note, that with latest changes all imaging devices do 5 scans
>>>> for enrollment.
>>>> Regards
>>>> Vasily
>>>> On Thu, Mar 20, 2014 at 9:13 AM, Julian Sikorski <belegdol at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>> W dniu 16.03.2014 11:45, Vasily Khoruzhick pisze:
>>>>>> Hi to all fingerprint scanner users,
>>>>>> It's another call for libfprint testing.
>>>>>> Good news to all UPEK 147e:1001 users - I've added support for that
>>>>>> device into upeksonly driver - so it worth testing. It also may work
>>>>>> for 147e:1002 device - just try to add its USB IDs into upeksonly.c
>>>>>> and use UPEKSONLY_1001 variant for it.
>>>>>> Also I've improved image assembling utilities for all AuthenTec
>>>>>> scanners, so now match rate is a bit better for AES1660 scanner - so
>>>>>> all AES1660 are encouraged to test my changes as well.
>>>>>> All changes are pushed into master branch of
>>>>>> git://github.com/anarsoul/libfprint.git repo.
>>>>>> To obtain the code do:
>>>>>> git clone git://github.com/anarsoul/libfprint.git
>>>>>> Use instructions from [1] to compile and test it. Thanks!
>>>>>> Regards,
>>>>>> Vasily
>>>>>> [1] http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/fprint/2012-November/000330.html
>>>>> Hello,
>>>>> 147e:1001 does not seem to be working here. When I open fprint_demo and
>>>>> pick a finger to enroll, the child window shows nothing for a while.
>>>>> When I scan my finger regardless, a scan will appear at some point, but
>>>>> with a message "enrollment failed due to bad scan data, press cancel to
>>>>> continue". Logs attached.
>>>>> Best regards,
>>>>> Julian
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