Add udev rules for others U2F tokens

Bug #1499783 reported by Marcos Alano
This bug affects 4 people
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libu2f-host (Ubuntu)

Bug Description

I think we need create a group of udev rules to add permissions to /dev/hidraw* devices for U2F tokens. I have a HyperFIDO token (HyperSecu brand but Feitian manufacturer) and seems good if the token works plug-and-play.

Marcos Alano (mhalano)
affects: pam-u2f (Ubuntu) → libu2f-host (Ubuntu)
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Marcos Alano (mhalano) wrote :

The Happlink (formaly Plug-Up) Security KEY has USB vendor ID equal to 2581 and USB product ID equal to f1d0. The page of the product:

I'm waiting a e-mail do find HyperFIDO IDs.

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Marcos Alano (mhalano) wrote :

The Neowave Keydo has vendor ID == 1e0d and product ID == f1d0. The website:

I like to reinforce the idea to add support others FIDO U2F tokens beyond YubiKey.

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Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote :

Status changed to 'Confirmed' because the bug affects multiple users.

Changed in libu2f-host (Ubuntu):
status: New → Confirmed
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Graeme Hewson (ghewson) wrote :

Fixed for Yubico devices in Xenial. See bug #1387908.

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nicoo (nicolas+ubuntu1) wrote :


Yubico maintains the relevant udev rules (for u2f tokens in general, not only Yubico-branded ones) in libu2f-host, and I recently started shipping those in Debian as a separate binary package (libu2f-udev).

You might want to consider adopting this package, which seems more up-to-date than the current solution in Ubuntu, as we could cooperate (but between Debian and Ubuntu, but also with upstream) and avoid fixing the same problems in many places.



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