Face Recognition Login Setup in Ubuntu using GitLab
This documentation provides step-by-step instructions for setting up a face recognition login system on Linux-based OS using GitLab. The setup consists of three main components: the enrollment script, the authentication script, and the PAM module in C. The enrollment script is responsible for capturing and storing facial templates for users, the authentication script uses these templates for real-time face recognition, and the PAM module integrates the face recognition system with the Linux authentication process.
If you are a user who wants to use face recognition as a secure and convenient way to log in to your Linux based machine, follow the steps outlined in the User Manual. The User Manual will guide you through the process of enrolling in the face recognition system and using it for real-time authentication.
For developers who want to understand the inner workings of the face recognition login system or wish to integrate face recognition with other systems, refer to the Developer Manual. The Developer Manual contains in-depth explanations of the enrollment script, authentication script, and the PAM module in C.
Feel free to explore the documentation and get started with the face recognition login setup for your Ubuntu machine! If you encounter any issues or have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out for assistance.
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