Release Notes: This is a maintenance release for running on Ubuntu up to version 13.04 (Raring) with some minor bugfixes and improvements.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release for running on Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise) beta1 with some minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Some bugfixes and workarounds for running on Lubuntu 11.10 and Ubuntu 11.10 have been applied: Fingerprint-polkit-agent didn't start on Lubuntu 11.10, there was no fingerprint login on a secure tty on Ubuntu 11.10, the X server didn't restart on logout on Ubuntu 11.10, and an error message didn't show up when a user's homedir was encrypted and fingerprint login was without password.
Release Notes: A segfault in the fingerprint polkit agent appearing after a random number of lock/unlock cycles has been fixed.
Release Notes: For running on Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric), a workaround for bug #862559 (lightdm) and some minor bugfixes have been applied.
Release Notes: A minor bug appearing on systems without the XAuth variable in the GDM environment (Gentoo) has been fixed. A build option for building on systems with libpolkit-qt-1-1 (Natty) for qmake has been added. The default PREFIX for building and installing was changed from "/usr" to "/usr/local".
Release Notes: This is a "feature freeze" release candidate for the final 1.00 version. A new "fingerprint-polkit-agent" has been added, and some minor bugs when running in Ubuntu 10.10 have been fixed. A user's manual is now available in the help menu. Ubuntu users can install fingerprint-gui from a personal packet archive (PPA) on Launchpad.
Release Notes: Some minor bugfixes and changes in file locations to fit the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard have been applied. Environment variables like username or hostname are requested by POSIX-compliant system calls now. The uinput driver module is now loaded on-the-fly when needed.
Release Notes: Some minor bugs were fixed which were required for running on LTS version 10.04 of Ubuntu, Kubuntu, and Lubuntu with libfprint-0.1.0. The "install-step-by-step" manual was enhanced with instructions for Fedora 12.
Release Notes: The system was completely redesigned to be compatible with encrypted home directories on Ubuntu 9.10. Binaries are not statically linked against proprietary driver libraries any more but can make use of those libraries as plug-ins if they are installed.