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Read the image from an RFID passport in Linux
First of all you need an NFC reader to connect via USB. There is a table of supported hardware here: http://nfc-tools.org/index.php?title=Devices_compatibility_matrix
Preferably you should have one with the PN533 chipset.
Then install "mrtdreader":
or build from source
sudo apt install mrtdreader
where "-p" is the passport number, "-b" is the birth date and "-e" is the expiration date.
mrtdreader -p XXXXXXXX -b YYMMDD -e YYMMDD
This will dump the facial image to a file called "image.jpg" or "image.jp2" in the current directory.