Willing to help with Testing

Istimsak Abdulbasir saqman2060 at gmail.com
Fri May 24 02:48:48 UTC 2013

The ubuntu hardware-test tool is a good tool for testing compatibility of
ubuntu on the hardware you have in your procession. A great thing about the
tool is that you can skip test options that do not apply to your
computer's architecture. Once the test has completed, the application will
create a result report and send it to the ubuntu developers.

Now, if you really want to start giving back to ubuntu, then join the *QATeam
(posted in the link in the above message)*, and become an *iso tester*. It
would help so much to have ubuntu tested on as many hardware platforms we
can get our hands on.

Thanks for considering joining the team.

Istimsak Abdulbasir

On Thu, May 23, 2013 at 9:29 PM, Call The Ninja <calltheninja at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hey Ubuntu QA,
> I'm not sure if this is the right place to send this message, so I
> apologize if it's an inconvenience. I own a computer repair shop where
> we regularly use Ubuntu to help us make backups, do diagnostics, etc.
> I'd love to give back to Ubuntu in a special way and thought I might be
> able to use some of the computers that come through for testing. I know
> some Ubuntu versions have the "system test" tool but for many of these
> tests, I don't have the appropriate hardware like a USB mic. The test
> tool is great, but I figure the QA people probably have a more complete
> test tool I can be using. Something that profiles the system and tests
> Ubuntu's compatibility with different hardware configurations.
> Anyways, I just wanted to offer my assistance in testing hardware
> support and what not given the large number of computers I work on. If
> there's any way I can be of assistance, let me know and we'll work
> something out.
> Sincerely,
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