For Ubuntu 16.04 LTS or greater, it would be simple as only required two steps to install Fingerprint Scanner. Tested using Lenovo Thinkpad X240 sudo apt install libpam-fprintd fprintd-enroll That’s it. You can now login or even use for sudo access using finger print Alternative: Fingerprint GUI tux@freelinux:~$ sudo apt install libpam-fprintd Reading package lists… Done. Building dependency tree Reading state information… Done The following NEW packages will be installed: libpam-fprintd 0 upgraded, 1 newly installed,…"Quick Tip: Install Fingerprint Scanner (FPrint) in Ubuntu 16.04 Linux"
Objective: to copy/send or tee packets coming from enp3s4f1 and send to a destination IP via the enp3s4f0 management/data port ServerA = enp3s4f1 (connected to a switch1 span port) (no IP address) enp3s4f0 (connected to switch2 as management/data port) (IP is 192.168.100.99) ServerB destination IP = 192.168.100.100 (same IP range) This is based on commer’s post in LQ below: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-networking-3/how-to-route-forward-packets-in-promiscuous-mode-832698/ Configure the bridge interface and bind enp3s4f1 into it. Disable Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) if necessary. Bring…"copy and send (tee) packets from a mirrored interface using iptables and ebtables"