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= Description =
{{QA/Test_Case
A brief description of the functionality being tested.
|description=A simple test to check that [[Anaconda]] is able to detect the presence of disk devices.
 
|actions=
= How to test =
# Start anaconda's stage2 (see [[QA:Anaconda_stage2_fetch_test_case]])
 
# Proceed through the dialogs until you reach the partitioning screen:
 
## Choose your language and keyboard model
# Start here ...
## Proceed through the "pre-release software" warning screen (if necessary)
# Next do this ...
## Wait for a dialog that says ''Examining storage devices...''
# Finally click that
## Proceed through the hostname screen
 
## Proceed through the Timezone selection screen
= Expected Results =
## Choose a root password and type it twice to proceed
 
# On the partitioning screen, choose ''Create custom layout'' and click ''Next''
 
|results=
# Step #1 completes without error
# All the hard disk devices / partitions on the system should be listed on the custom partitioning screen
# The system boots into runlevel 5
}}
# Program completes wth exit code 0
 
 


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Latest revision as of 09:20, 30 January 2011

Description

A simple test to check that Anaconda is able to detect the presence of disk devices.


How to test

  1. Start anaconda's stage2 (see QA:Anaconda_stage2_fetch_test_case)
  2. Proceed through the dialogs until you reach the partitioning screen:
    1. Choose your language and keyboard model
    2. Proceed through the "pre-release software" warning screen (if necessary)
    3. Wait for a dialog that says Examining storage devices...
    4. Proceed through the hostname screen
    5. Proceed through the Timezone selection screen
    6. Choose a root password and type it twice to proceed
  3. On the partitioning screen, choose Create custom layout and click Next

Expected Results

  1. All the hard disk devices / partitions on the system should be listed on the custom partitioning screen