Windows Hello™ style facial authentication for Linux
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osc -A https://api.opensuse.org checkout home:dmafanasyev/howdy && cd $_
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|_service||0000000952 952 Bytes|
|howdy-cli-py-getuid.patch||0000000449 449 Bytes|
|howdy-cli-py-shebang.patch||0000000247 247 Bytes|
|howdy.changes||0000001064 1.04 KB|
|howdy.spec||0000002725 2.66 KB|
|v2.6.1.tar.gz||0000564823 552 KB|
May we have howdy for opensuse 15.2 ?
Currently only the following repositories available for rpm build:
openSUSE_Leap_15.0 openSUSE_Leap_15.1 openSUSE_Tumbleweed
As soon as repository for 15.2 will be added I rebuild rpm.
Hello, The repository openSUSE_Leap_15.2 have added.
There are some problems with requirements.
In 15.2 with python-opencv the python2 version gets installed. The howdy script runs with hardcoded python3.
So there is a requirement for python3-opencv.
Also the requirement for pythons's dlib is commented in the spec, although it is required for howdy.
Thanks a lot. I have accepted your request.
Everytime after system update the modifications of authentication configuration files located at /usr/etc/pam.d are reseted. Hence you need to configure the system services for using the Howdy everytime after packages update.
So it is not a mature project for openSUSE, just an experimental one. Right ?
Anyway, thanks for your job
Yes, this is just my little experiment on building an OpenSUSE package. There is probably some way to automatically recover reseted files but I haven't figured it out yet.
Hello! Certain dependencies seem to have changed names.
python310-python-pam. Also, I had to install
python310-python-pamseparately (but from your repository).
Thanks for the package!
Hello! https://software.opensuse.org/package/python-python-pam - may be this is more convenience package?