Hello everyone. I’m using Nobara 38, a modified version of Fedora with some scripts and tweaks to allow better performance on gaming and content creation.
I just installed a fresh install but noticed that the fingerprint reader option isn’t available on Gnome settins.
I confirmed that the fingerprint reader does work with fprintd-enroll.
After some digging, I noticed
[paul@nobara-pc ~]$ cat /etc/authselect/dconf-db # Generated by authselect on Sun Jun 25 23:00:28 2023 # Do not modify this file manually, use authselect instead. Any user changes will be overwritten. # You can stop authselect from managing your configuration by calling 'authselect opt-out'. # See authselect(8) for more details. [org/gnome/login-screen] enable-smartcard-authentication=false enable-fingerprint-authentication=false enable-password-authentication=true
Just as the notes said, editing the file manually didn’t work. So I naturally tried editing it via Dconf. The option was
But For some reason, I cannot actually change the setting.
Can anyone help with this strange situation? Thanks!