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# yum install gnome-disk-utility, this will pull in DeviceKit-disks and DeviceKit via dependencies.
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# Ensure gnome-disk-utility is installed by typing: <pre>yum install gnome-disk-utility</pre>
# Ensure Palimpsest is available from the Applications menu -> System -> Palimpsest disk utility
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# Start palimpsest from the ''Applications menu -> System -> Palimpsest disk utility'' menu user and look for PolicyKit authentication prompts
# Run palimpsest under user and look for PolicyKit authentication prompts, generally you should not receive any Permission denied errors
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# Create, modify and delete partitions and file systems on various media including USB sticks, CDs, removable hard disks, etc.
# Use palimpsest (the graphical frontend) to create, modify and delete partitions and file systems on various media, such as usb sticks, cds, removable hard disks, etc.
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# Encrypt partitions and change passwords for existing encrypted partitions.
# Use palimpsest to encrypt partitions and to change passwords for existing encrypted partitions.
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# ''(Optional)'' Verify that palimpsest correctly reports smart data from disks which support it.
# (Optional) Verify that palimpsest correctly reports smart data from disks which support it.
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# ''(Optional)'' Raid support - insert removable device with software raid configured
# (Optional) Raid support - insert removable device with software raid configured
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# ''(Optional)'' Raid support - configure Raid 0, Raid 1, Raid 5 on removable device, write data, eject and insert back media   
# (Optional) Raid support - configure Raid 0, Raid 1, Raid 5 on removable device, write data, eject and insert back media   
 
 
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# all steps succefully executed with no SELinux errors or permission denials
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# all steps successfully executed with no SELinux errors or permission denials
 
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[[Category:DeviceKit_Test_Cases]]

Latest revision as of 14:40, 16 March 2009

Description

This test case focuses on Palimpsest, graphical frontend of DeviceKit-disks and its ability to work with removable media.


How to test

  1. Ensure gnome-disk-utility is installed by typing:
    yum install gnome-disk-utility
  2. Start palimpsest from the Applications menu -> System -> Palimpsest disk utility menu user and look for PolicyKit authentication prompts
  3. Create, modify and delete partitions and file systems on various media including USB sticks, CDs, removable hard disks, etc.
  4. Encrypt partitions and change passwords for existing encrypted partitions.
  5. (Optional) Verify that palimpsest correctly reports smart data from disks which support it.
  6. (Optional) Raid support - insert removable device with software raid configured
  7. (Optional) Raid support - configure Raid 0, Raid 1, Raid 5 on removable device, write data, eject and insert back media

Expected Results

  1. all steps successfully executed with no SELinux errors or permission denials