Optional update for thinkfinger
(Last modified: 20MAR2007)
solutions Optional update for thinkfinger SuSE Linux Maintenance Web (facc266e6c8afd64a44279754b75a5bc)
Product(s): SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 SP1 Upgrade for x86
SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 SP1 Upgrade for AMD64 and Intel EM64T
10. Install them to have your system at SP1 level.
- Avoid fingerprint device from heating up (b.n.c #259226)
- Fix issues raised by security audit (b.n.c #234082)
- load 'uinput' for pam_thinkfinger (b.n.c #259235)
- Bump version to 0.3 to be align with upstream
- Fix possible overflow in libthinkfinger (b.n.c #250609)
- Rework the USB communication to make ThinkFinger compatible with more systems (e.g. Lenovo ThinkPad T43p, b.n.c #250608)
- Use uinput to send a synthetic carriage return after swipe rather than killing the thread which resides in pam_prompt (b.n.c 244722, b.n.c #244719)
- tf-tool: add parameter '--verify-user <login>' to verify against a stored biometric identification record
- ThinkFinger 0.2.2
- Make ThinkFinger work with most revisions of the UPEK/SGS Thomson Microelectronics fingerprint reader (b.n.c #239861)
- install PAM configuration in %post if an unaltered version of /etc/pam.d/common-auth is being found (b.n.c #239855)
- add 'Supplements: modalias(usb:v0483p2016d*dc*dsc*dp*ic*isc*ip*) (b.n.c #239855)
- tf-tool: add parameter '--add-user <login>' to add biometric identification records which are respected by pam_thinkfinger (b.n.c #239860)
- add man pages for 'tf-tool' and 'pam_thinkfinger' (b.n.c #242098)
- Fate #300416: Add packages libthinkfinger and pam_thinkfinger
- ThinkFinger 0.2
- add pluggable authentication module
- rename main package to 'thinkfinger': libthinkfinger is now provided by 'libthinkfinger', the pluggable authentication module comes with 'pam_thinkfinger'
- add tf-init: helper application to initialize the USB fingerprint reader
- move tf-tool from '/usr/bin' to '/usr/sbin'
rpm -Uvh libthinkfinger.rpm pam_thinkfinger.rpm thinkfinger.rpm
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