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#* Select some crash
 
#* Select some crash
 
# Look for the red siren icon - the ABRT logo.
 
# Look for the red siren icon - the ABRT logo.
# <tt>Edit > Preferences</tt> gives you some sort of <tt>Preferences</tt> window
 
 
# <tt>Edit > Plugins</tt> should open window with list of relevant plugins
 
# <tt>Edit > Plugins</tt> should open window with list of relevant plugins
  
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# The information about the crash should appear right after clicking "Open" in main window.
 
# The information about the crash should appear right after clicking "Open" in main window.
 
# Window should have a proper icon (the red siren) in task bar or GNOME Shell.
 
# Window should have a proper icon (the red siren) in task bar or GNOME Shell.
# <tt>Preferences</tt> window exist.
 
 
# <tt>Plugins</tt> window lets you see and configure plugins.
 
# <tt>Plugins</tt> window lets you see and configure plugins.
 
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[[Category:Package_abrt_test_cases]]
 
[[Category:Package_abrt_test_cases]]

Revision as of 14:44, 16 March 2011

Description

This test case tests the functionality of the ABRT feature.


How to test

  1. Go to: Applications->System Tools and click on Automatic Bug Reporting Tool
  2. In the main window you should see a list of previously detected crashes
    • Select some crash
  3. Look for the red siren icon - the ABRT logo.
  4. Edit > Plugins should open window with list of relevant plugins

Expected Results

  1. abrt-gui executes fine
  2. The information about the crash should appear right after clicking "Open" in main window.
  3. Window should have a proper icon (the red siren) in task bar or GNOME Shell.
  4. Plugins window lets you see and configure plugins.