And it is limited to 10 fingerprints. What he wants is to store some biometric data for each student; this data is then compared to data of person swiping the finger and his personal data comes up You might wish to investigate the libpam-fprint module: For your school application, it is likely that you will need an “identification” type system, not a verification one. Now my client wants to implement fingerprint verification. Why not store it on hdd?
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I’m guessing this data is stored on the device itself. Feader identificationthe system compares an input fingerprint with the prints of all enrolled users in the database to determine if the person is already known under a duplicate or false identity 1: For help clarifying this question so that it can be reopened, visit the help center.
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Obviously the hardware is there, has anybody ever written software that is able to get data from these cheap devices and store them somewhere? It’s difficult to tell what is being asked here.
Now my client wants to implement fingerprint verification. For your school application, it is likely that you will need an “identification” type system, not a verification one.
The latter problem is much harder and substantially athwna expensive, involving more sophisticated software and fingerprint readers with higher precision.
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What I don’t understand is once it is able to compare and store 10 fingerprints why not a or ? You might wish to investigate the libpam-fprint module: I aathena developed an online school management system.
Has anybody done this before? This question is ambiguous, vague, incomplete, overly broad, or rhetorical and cannot be reasonably answered in its current form.
Because comparing a fingerprint to 10 others like you might with a laptop having multiple owners is a very different problem than comparing that same fingerprint to a database of a thousand fingerprints.
Why not store it on hdd?
A fingerprint recognition system can be used for both verification and identification. And it is limited to 10 fingerprints. This would make changing authentication mechanisms in the future easy enough — drop in a new PAM module — and gives you independence from any specific vendor’s toolkits.