[testcases] Creation of Ubuntu Studio specific testcase
Ho Wan Chan
smartboyhw at gmail.com
Sun Sep 30 09:22:32 UTC 2012
OK my thought about it.
There shall be two testsuites: Installation and upgrade (per regulations).
1a. Live session (copied from the normal Ubuntu live testcase, don't need
much) Importance: Mandatory
1b. Install (ubiquity) (Integrating the existing three testcases into one)
1c. Post-installation (Copied from Wiki page) Importance: Run once
2a. Upgrade testcase (copied from existing upgrade testcase in vanilla
2b. Post-installation (same as 1c)
I will work on it today evening and tonight to get a preview out of it.
BTW you guys may not understand why on Earth are there three partitioning
options. Actually Nicholas Skaggs (Canonical Community QA Manager) forced
me to change it because he wanted to use the testcases that were originally
in testcases.qa.ubutnu.com to those which are in the ISO QA Tracker. So
er...... Anyway I will integrate the three partitioning options into one
testcase so don't worry:P
Howard Chan (smartboyhw)
2012/9/30 Len Ovens <len at ovenwerks.net>
> On Sat, September 29, 2012 7:43 am, Ho Wan Chan wrote:
> > BTW the next thing I am going to do is an upgrade testcase. If you look
> > the ISO QA Tracker we don't actually HAVE a upgrade testcase. So I think
> > we
> > can make one for that:P
> We already have too many test cases... I don't think we need to
> differentiate different partitioning types. I don't think it matters if it
> is a whole disk, partition resize or manual as these things are well
> tested in vanilla and not different in any way for Studio from vanilla. If
> they are separated for record keeping as one of three (or more) But not
> all three tests mandatory. We just don't have the people to test these
> things and that part of things is _no_different_ than vanilla. All that
> matters is that there was a successful install. So if there is going to be
> an upgrade case, (means two installs as far as I can tell, 12.04 then
> upgrade) then some of these others need to go. Personally, for our
> purposes we do not need to test the resize option at all and as we are
> most likely doing it on a machine we use for other things too, the manual
> partitioning option is the safest IMO. and should be the only test case we
> worry about.
> So at most we should have live, install and upgrade test cases. Whatever
> the partitioning style used the install partition should be formated. I
> think that was why we were using the whole disk option before. If the disk
> is not going to be formated then it is an upgrade.
> I've given up on using Thunar as the default FM. tumblerd seems to hang or
> quit on mounting USB sticks and I have to kill it so I can dismount the
> stick. Nautilus works fine.
> Len Ovens
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