I’ve been reading several of the topics on the fingerprint reader but I’ve hit a bit of a wall. I’ve installed Tumbleweed over my previous Ubuntu install, deleted old fingerprints, enabled pam-config, and enrolled my new fingerprints.
I’ve been able to successfully log in using the fingerprint, which is great! Now I want to be able to use my fingerprints for gnome’s authentication window popup (I believe this is gnomesu?) and when sudo-ing in the terminal. For those two items I still get asked to enter my password.
This is a Framework 13 12th gen, 1240P. I was able to get the fingerprints to register, and so I can use it for logging in, but I don’t get the prompts for sudo commands or the gnome authentication popup. I’m not suspecting a firmware issue.
This is opensuse-specific, so I understand this is an as-available request. But if anyone has any places I might look to understand why Ubuntu gives me a fingerprint message for sudo but Tumbleweed does not, I’d welcome any help.