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    Default FACE RECOGNITION

    how to use face recognition in opensuse 12.2

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    Default Re: FACE RECOGNITION

    A question like that won't get a response. openSUSE forums are very helpful if you ask good questions but yours is not. Mind specifying a little? Do you want to use it for logging in or tagging photos or what? Don't take this as an attack, just think of it as a warning. P.S. Read the forums rules, guidelines etc.

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    Default Re: FACE RECOGNITION

    > how to use face recognition in opensuse 12.2

    interesting question...but, i don't know of any software in the openSUSE
    repos which provide face recognition..

    so, i therefore guess the answer to your question is:

    - find and download some face recognition software..

    - read and follow the instructions which came with it to install and use
    it..

    and, Have a lot of fun.

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    Default Re: FACE RECOGNITION

    Digikam has a face recognition feature, but I have no clue if that is
    what you are looking for, since face recognition can mean a lot of
    different things.

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    Default Re: FACE RECOGNITION

    Just as a heads up:
    Face Detection = Detects faces but can't distinguish between them
    Face Recognition = Identify detected faces i.e. tag a person

    Digikam is getting Facial Recognition thanks to a GSoC.

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    Default Re: FACE RECOGNITION

    Am 05.10.2012 19:56, schrieb me3064:
    >
    > Just as a heads up:
    > Face Detection = Detects faces but can't distinguish between them
    > Face Recognition = Identify detected faces i.e. tag a person
    >
    > Digikam is getting Facial Recognition thanks to a GSoC.
    >
    >

    I meant something different with "face recognition can mean a lot of
    different things":

    1) I want to implement an algorithm to do face recognition and need a
    framework or a pointer to the mathematical foundation of face recognition
    2) I want to work with existing libraries for face recognition and
    interface with them
    3) I want an end user application which does a certain job, like
    identifying persons captured by a surveillance camera
    4, I want an end user application which does a different job, like
    tagging my photos

    and so on and so on

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    Default Re: FACE RECOGNITION

    i want to use face recognition for login pasword
    i have install pam-face-recognition but i don't get the option at login window

    thanks

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