This google convo is about 0a5c: I downloaded the software from Dell http: This thread is 2 years old which exceeds the 3 months grace period. This bug did not have a package associated with it, which is important for ensuring that it gets looked at by the proper developers. As well, if you would care to read the website you quoted, it does not list on its homepage 0a5c: View all comments or add a comment.
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There was no visual identification that it 55801 admin rights as it also disabled the normal password GUI prompt, only when the fingerprint failed would it make the password available for typing.
Integrated Touchpad [Synaptics] Bus Device How to make Fingerprint reader of Dell latitude e work on ubuntu For more on this, please review https: This bug affects 85 people. I have even raised bug 58011 year for fedora 12, but did not got any response.
[fprint] Broadcom USH support
Anyway – I’ve got a Latitude e and the fingerprint scanner never even worked on the preinstalled Ubuntu. Thanks for reporting this bug and any supporting documentation. Fingerprint-Gui not detecting broadcom fingerprint device.
This seems to 580 fixed in Fedora, see https: Shame on Broadcom for not providing drivers for this device. Any further info if required please let me know.
I received an answer that day an employee responds Broadcom me this: Its only happening with other networksDo you mean wired or wireless or both?
In Red Hat BugzillaMano mano-redhat-bugs wrote on As Broadcom joined the Linux foundation a while ago I had hoped that 0a5cc with enough clout could have asked them for the specs before now. I don’t have personal experience with that fingerprint-reader.
Looking for help with Linux and the Broadcom BCM – Linux – Level1Techs Forums
Is there any update on this since January last year? This is a strong demand in the community. I’m currently under Josef, mentioned Fedora fix is for smart-card reader, not fingerprint reader.
Any update on this? It’s not supported, because Broadcom won’t give us specs for it.
Can you please help. See full activity log. Haris Munawar 21 1 3.
Broadcom BCM support (0a5c) (#38) · Issues · libfprint / libfprint · GitLab
Affects also me on a Dell Latitude e Chavez timrchavez on It is like their wifi cards all over again. E – Same issue. Thank you for taking the time to report this bug and helping to make Ubuntu better. For your reference, the full description of procedures for kernel-related bug reports is available at https: Chavez timrchavez wrote on So, how is this related specifically?
I went created a bug report upstream as I am in the same case.