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# Check your system boot order preferences to ensure that the optical CD drive (or USB drive) boot target is enabled.
 
# Check your system boot order preferences to ensure that the optical CD drive (or USB drive) boot target is enabled.
 
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# Boot the system under testing using the burned CD
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# Insert the optical (or USB) media into the appropriate device (optical drive or USB drive), and boot the system under test.
 
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# Graphical boot menu is displayed for users to select install options. Navigating the menu and selecting entries must work. If no option is selected, the installer should load after a reasonable timeout  
 
# Graphical boot menu is displayed for users to select install options. Navigating the menu and selecting entries must work. If no option is selected, the installer should load after a reasonable timeout  

Revision as of 06:09, 26 July 2011

Description

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

Setup

  1. Prepare your system for booting a boot.iso/netinst.iso image. This may involve writing the image to a USB key, or using cdrecord to write to an optical disk.
  2. Check your system boot order preferences to ensure that the optical CD drive (or USB drive) boot target is enabled.

How to test

  1. Insert the optical (or USB) media into the appropriate device (optical drive or USB drive), and boot the system under test.

Expected Results

  1. Graphical boot menu is displayed for users to select install options. Navigating the menu and selecting entries must work. If no option is selected, the installer should load after a reasonable timeout
  2. Installer boots into loader and prompts for language, keymap
  3. Installer transitions to anaconda without error