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authorPaul W. Frields <stickster@gmail.com>2011-03-19 23:05:50 -0400
committerPaul W. Frields <stickster@gmail.com>2011-03-20 16:30:15 -0400
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Split out smartcards to a separate topic
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/session-authmethods.page85
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/session-fingerprint.page73
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/session-smartcard.page24
3 files changed, 97 insertions, 85 deletions
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/session-authmethods.page b/gnome-help/C/session-authmethods.page
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index 932d01d..0000000
--- a/gnome-help/C/session-authmethods.page
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,85 +0,0 @@
-<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
- type="topic"
- id="session-authmethods">
-
- <info>
- <link type="guide" xref="session#login"/>
- <desc>Depending on your hardware and the way your network is administered, you may want to choose a different way to log in.</desc>
- <revision pkgversion="3.0" version="0.2" date="2011-03-19" status="candidate"/>
- <credit type="author">
- <name>GNOME Documentation Project</name>
- <email>gnome-doc-list@gnome.org</email>
- </credit>
- <credit type="author">
- <name>Paul W. Frields</name>
- <email>stickster@gmail.com</email>
- </credit>
-
- <include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
- </info>
-
- <title>Log in using a smart card, fingerprint reader or similar</title>
- <section id="login-fingerprint">
- <title>Log in with a fingerprint</title>
- <p>If your system has a fingerprint scanner, you can record your fingerprint and use it to log in. You must have administrative privileges to perform these steps.</p>
- <section id="record-fingerprint">
- <p>First, record a fingerprint the system can use to identify you.</p>
- <note style="tip">
- <p>If your finger is too dry, you may have difficulty registering your fingerprint. If this happens, moisten your finger slightly, dry it with a clean, lint-free cloth, and retry.</p>
- </note>
- <steps>
- <item>
- <p>Select your user name in the upper right-hand corner, then choose "My Account".</p>
- </item>
- <item>
- <p>Unlock your account using the "Unlock" button at the bottom left of the User Accounts tool.</p>
- </item>
- <item>
- <p>Enter your password at the prompt.</p>
- </item>
- <item>
- <p>Select the "Disabled" option next to "Fingerprint Login".</p>
- </item>
- <item>
- <p>Select an option for the fingerprint you want to register. You may choose your right index finger, your left index finger, or a different finger. Then select "Forward".</p>
- </item>
- <item>
- <p>Swipe the finger you selected three times at moderate speed over your fingerprint reader. Each time the fingerprint reader recognizes your fingerprint properly, the corresponding picture of a hand will transform into a picture of a fingerprint with a check mark. After the third swipe, you will see the message "Done!"</p>
- </item>
- <item>
- <p>Select "Forward". You will see a confirmation message that your fingerprint was saved successfully. Select "Close" to finish.</p>
- </item>
- </steps>
- </section>
- <section id="try-login-fingerprint">
- <p>Now check that your new fingerprint login works. If you register a fingerprint, you still have the option to log in with your password.</p>
- <steps>
- <item>
- <p>Save any open work, and then logout. Select your name in the upper right-hand corner and then select "Log Out...".</p>
- </item>
- <item>
- <p>A confirmation message will appear. Select "Log Out" to confirm. The login screen appears.</p>
- </item>
- <item>
- <p>At the login screen, select your user name from the list. The password entry form will appear.</p>
- </item>
- <item>
- <p>Within 30 seconds, select the fingerprint button above and to the right of your name.</p>
- <note>
- <p>The fingerprint button is labeled with a picture of a hand. If the timer runs out, the button will disappear and you will only be permitted to login with a password. If you want to try again, select the "Cancel" button and return to the previous step.</p>
- </note>
- </item>
- <item>
- <p>Swipe the finger you registered over your fingerprint scanner. You will be logged in.</p>
- </item>
- </steps>
- <p>If you previously created a login keyring, it is secured by your password. To unlock it, enter your password.</p>
- </section>
- </section>
- <!-- <comment>
- <cite date="2010-10-31" href="mailto:gnome-doc-list@gnome.org">GNOME Documentation Project</cite>
- <p>This one is complicated!</p>
- <p>Explain how to set-up and use different methods of authentication for when the user logs in, e.g. fingerprint readers and smart cards.</p>
- </comment> -->
-
-</page>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/session-fingerprint.page b/gnome-help/C/session-fingerprint.page
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f7d194d
--- /dev/null
+++ b/gnome-help/C/session-fingerprint.page
@@ -0,0 +1,73 @@
+<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
+ type="topic"
+ id="session-fingerprint">
+
+ <info>
+ <link type="guide" xref="session#login"/>
+ <desc>You can log into your system using a supported fingerprint scanner if you have one.</desc>
+ <revision pkgversion="3.0" version="0.2" date="2011-03-19" status="candidate"/>
+ <credit type="author">
+ <name>GNOME Documentation Project</name>
+ <email>gnome-doc-list@gnome.org</email>
+ </credit>
+ <credit type="author">
+ <name>Paul W. Frields</name>
+ <email>stickster@gmail.com</email>
+ </credit>
+
+ <include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
+ </info>
+
+ <title>Log in with a fingerprint</title>
+ <p>If your system has a supported fingerprint scanner, you can record your fingerprint and use it to log in. You must have administrative privileges to perform these steps.</p>
+ <p>First, record a fingerprint the system can use to identify you.</p>
+ <note style="tip">
+ <p>If your finger is too dry, you may have difficulty registering your fingerprint. If this happens, moisten your finger slightly, dry it with a clean, lint-free cloth, and retry.</p>
+ </note>
+ <steps>
+ <item>
+ <p>Select your user name in the upper right-hand corner, then choose "My Account".</p>
+ </item>
+ <item>
+ <p>Unlock your account using the "Unlock" button at the bottom left of the User Accounts tool.</p>
+ </item>
+ <item>
+ <p>Enter your password at the prompt.</p>
+ </item>
+ <item>
+ <p>Select the "Disabled" option next to "Fingerprint Login".</p>
+ </item>
+ <item>
+ <p>Select an option for the fingerprint you want to register. You may choose your right index finger, your left index finger, or a different finger. Then select "Forward".</p>
+ </item>
+ <item>
+ <p>Swipe the finger you selected three times at moderate speed over your fingerprint reader. Each time the fingerprint reader recognizes your fingerprint properly, the corresponding picture of a hand will transform into a picture of a fingerprint with a check mark. After the third swipe, you will see the message "Done!"</p>
+ </item>
+ <item>
+ <p>Select "Forward". You will see a confirmation message that your fingerprint was saved successfully. Select "Close" to finish.</p>
+ </item>
+ </steps>
+ <p>Now check that your new fingerprint login works. If you register a fingerprint, you still have the option to log in with your password.</p>
+ <steps>
+ <item>
+ <p>Save any open work, and then logout. Select your name in the upper right-hand corner and then select "Log Out...".</p>
+ </item>
+ <item>
+ <p>A confirmation message will appear. Select "Log Out" to confirm. The login screen appears.</p>
+ </item>
+ <item>
+ <p>At the login screen, select your user name from the list. The password entry form will appear.</p>
+ </item>
+ <item>
+ <p>Within 30 seconds, select the fingerprint button above and to the right of your name.</p>
+ <note>
+ <p>The fingerprint button is labeled with a picture of a hand. If the timer runs out, the button will disappear and you will only be permitted to login with a password. If you want to try again, select the "Cancel" button and return to the previous step.</p>
+ </note>
+ </item>
+ <item>
+ <p>Swipe the finger you registered over your fingerprint scanner. You will be logged in.</p>
+ </item>
+ </steps>
+ <p>If you previously created a login keyring, it is secured by your password. To unlock it, enter your password.</p>
+
+</page>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/session-smartcard.page b/gnome-help/C/session-smartcard.page
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..a5be80f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/gnome-help/C/session-smartcard.page
@@ -0,0 +1,24 @@
+<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
+ type="topic"
+ id="session-fingerprint">
+
+ <info>
+ <link type="guide" xref="session#login"/>
+ <desc>Depending on your hardware and the way your network is administered, you may want to choose a different way to log in.</desc>
+ <revision pkgversion="3.0" version="0.2" date="2011-03-19" status="candidate"/>
+ <credit type="author">
+ <name>GNOME Documentation Project</name>
+ <email>gnome-doc-list@gnome.org</email>
+ </credit>
+
+ <include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
+ </info>
+
+ <title>Log in with a smartcard</title>
+
+ <comment>
+ <cite date="2011-03-19" href="mailto:gnome-doc-list@gnome.org">GNOME Documentation Project</cite>
+ <p>Explain how to set up and use a typical smart card for logging in. If methods differ by model, attempt to group into major classes and explain.</p>
+ </comment>
+
+</page>