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Its only happening with other networksDo you mean wired or wireless or both? Describe the issue the best you can.
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I provides more every time this thread to bug their offer to come who can 0a5v their opinion on the subject and thus transcribe all in the same place more than what is easy. Do someone already tried to use windows drivers converted with ndiswrapper? The information about this bug in Launchpad is automatically pulled daily from the remote bug.
ComBin combin wrote on You should make your question more clear and understanding, see as well how to ask a good question. They are proprietary, but fingerprint-gui http: I saw lots of problems while searching around the forum regarding Broadcom drivers – but it doesn’t seem to be the case for me my wifi and Ethernet drivers are not Broadcom.
The device is not supported on linux. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Furthermore, as far as I know, the fingerprint reader is not enumerated 5810 the system at all. Jozef Wagner jozef-wagner wrote on No devices available I have also attached the picture.
Hoping to Have a positive response from Broadcom icts for customers. Also affected by this bug on Ubuntu Maybe now that Broadcom have joined the Linux Foundation pressure could be brought to bear to release the specs for this device as it would presumably bring added security functionality to a whole host of business laptops. I invite you to do the same to get things done, because if we had 0z5c request several groups Dell, Linux, Ubuntu will demand has supported Broadcom and we may be I hope finally an answer favorably to our request for a Linux driver.
I use a Dell Latitude E The driver in http: DAVID gron-h wrote on Still “no device found” when using fprint-demo. But it’s not really clear which files do I have to convert.
The USB ID Repository
If you want it supported, you’ll have to work upstream to 5810 a driver written. Anyway – I’ve got a Latitude e and the fingerprint scanner never even worked on the preinstalled Ubuntu. Duplicates of this bug Bug Bug Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password.
And a forum post Dell [Fr]: For the moment, I did not find any driver for that device.
[fprint] Broadcom USH support
Wireless Bluetooth Bus Device Bug Watch Updater bug-watch-updater on Comment on this change optional. 8501 went through the whole forum thread and the only guy who was close to some solution was the one who disassembled the fingerprint reader device.
I haven’t any other suggestions.
It does work and is seen by https: