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|description=A test to check that Anaconda can install packages.
 
|description=A test to check that Anaconda can install packages.
 
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# Start anaconda's stage2 (see [[QA:Anaconda_stage2_fetch_test_case]]) and partition the disks (see [[QA:Anaconda storage probe test case]])
 
# Start anaconda's stage2 (see [[QA:Anaconda_stage2_fetch_test_case]]) and partition the disks (see [[QA:Anaconda storage probe test case]])
# TODO describe packaging screen
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#* You may partition the disk however you like, or go back to the first partitioning screen and choose one of the simpler options (e.g. "Use entire disk")
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# Wait for the installer to finish partitioning the disks
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# A screen that asks "What additional tasks would you like your system to include support for?" (or similar) should appear.
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# Unselect all the tasks (this is just to speed up the test)
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# Be sure "Customize later" is chosen at the bottom of the screen.
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# Click "Next"
 
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# Anaconda checks dependencies, starts the installation process, and begins package installation
 
# Packages install successfully in a reasonable amount of time (typically less than 30 minutes)
 
# Packages install successfully in a reasonable amount of time (typically less than 30 minutes)
 
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[[Category:Rawhide Acceptance Test Cases]]
 
[[Category:Rawhide Acceptance Test Cases]]

Revision as of 19:15, 28 September 2009

Description

A test to check that Anaconda can install packages.


How to test

  1. Start anaconda's stage2 (see QA:Anaconda_stage2_fetch_test_case) and partition the disks (see QA:Anaconda storage probe test case)
    • You may partition the disk however you like, or go back to the first partitioning screen and choose one of the simpler options (e.g. "Use entire disk")
  2. Wait for the installer to finish partitioning the disks
  3. A screen that asks "What additional tasks would you like your system to include support for?" (or similar) should appear.
  4. Unselect all the tasks (this is just to speed up the test)
  5. Be sure "Customize later" is chosen at the bottom of the screen.
  6. Click "Next"

Expected Results

  1. Anaconda checks dependencies, starts the installation process, and begins package installation
  2. Packages install successfully in a reasonable amount of time (typically less than 30 minutes)