QA:Testcase Boot Methods Boot Iso

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|description=This tests starting the anaconda installation program using <code>boot.iso</code> or <code>netinst.iso</code>.
 
|description=This tests starting the anaconda installation program using <code>boot.iso</code> or <code>netinst.iso</code>.
 
|actions=
 
|actions=
# Burn the <code>boot.iso</code> image to a writable CD-ROM
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# Burn the <code>boot.iso</code>/<code>netinst.iso</code> image to a writable CD-ROM
 
# Boot the system under testing using the burned CD
 
# Boot the system under testing using the burned CD
# Select any installation media type and complete installation
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# Select any installation source type (http, ftp, nfs, cdrom, local disk) and complete installation
 
|results=
 
|results=
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# Graphical boot menu is displayed for users to select install options. If no option is selected, the installer should load after a reasonable timeout
 
# Anaconda boots successfully from the <code>boot.iso</code> cdrom
 
# Anaconda boots successfully from the <code>boot.iso</code> cdrom
 
# Anaconda prompts for installation media (http, ftp, nfs, cdrom, local disk)
 
# Anaconda prompts for installation media (http, ftp, nfs, cdrom, local disk)
# Anaconda is able to transition to stage2 without error
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# Anaconda is able to transition to [http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Anaconda/Stage stage2] without error
 
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[[Category:Installer Boot Methods]]
 
[[Category:Installer Boot Methods]]
 
[[Category:UEFI Test Cases]]
 
[[Category:UEFI Test Cases]]

Revision as of 05:04, 26 July 2010

Description

This tests starting the anaconda installation program using boot.iso or netinst.iso.


How to test

  1. Burn the boot.iso/netinst.iso image to a writable CD-ROM
  2. Boot the system under testing using the burned CD
  3. Select any installation source type (http, ftp, nfs, cdrom, local disk) and complete installation

Expected Results

  1. Graphical boot menu is displayed for users to select install options. If no option is selected, the installer should load after a reasonable timeout
  2. Anaconda boots successfully from the boot.iso cdrom
  3. Anaconda prompts for installation media (http, ftp, nfs, cdrom, local disk)
  4. Anaconda is able to transition to stage2 without error