|On 2021-05-22 05:39, J Leslie Turriff wrote:
|> On 2021-05-21 20:56:07 L A Walsh wrote:
|>> |On 2021/05/21 03:38, suse(a)a-domani.nl wrote:
|>> |> Hi all,
|>> |> We are looking for a fingerprint-protected usb-stick.
|>> |> I noticed: two luxwallet devices, and on their site they clain
|>> |> that those are linux-compatible.
|>> |> URL:
|>> |> However, one must first initialize them, with windows-only
|>> |> I've got lot of rubbish and junk here, but no W10.
|>> | Do you need USB3, as USB2 is far more compatible. Do you need to
|>> |install it on W10? The website says W7 is sufficient.
|>> |As for formatting, it recommends exFAT. You could format it to ExFAT
|>> |> I tried wine, but all i got was: "No U: drive", nothing else
|>> |Have you tried a Win7+USB2 compat device?
|> "Initialize" isn't necessarily the same as "format". :-)
|Is is *NOT* about formatting the storage area.
|Those devices require the reading and storage of the admin-fingerprint,
|and subsequently (up to) five different user-fingerprints.
|So, it is the software, provided in a separate partition, that is
|In their documentation, they state explicitly that Apple-users, need to
|to the initialisation on a Windows machine.
|Linux is not mentioned (besides that it is compatiple).
|Ofcourse i contacted their help-desk, but they are totally
|Which surprised me even more, as it is a pilot for all of my colleges of
|my ministry of their product....
|So, we're not talking about hundred, thousand, or even ten-thousand of
Not really surprising, when one considers that the share of non-server Linux computers
somewhere south of 10%.
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