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Test case covers operations with KDE4 session like Screen Lock, Login and Logout, Switch user, Shut down, Restart, Suspend and Resume.


Boot Fedora to KDE4 desktop.

How to test

Be as specific as required for the target audience.

  1. Click on "Fedora icon on Panel" to show Launcher.
  2. Select "Leave" tab in Launcher.
  3. Run all Session and System management commands (only one each time).
    1. Screen Lock and unlock (no password)
    2. Logout and login back
    3. Shut down
    4. Restart
    5. Sleep and resume.
  4. Switch user
    1. Click on "New Session" and Choose "Start New Session"
    2. Login as user "liveuser" (no password)
    3. Switch between different KDE4 sessions using "Ctrl + Alt + F1" and "Ctrl + Alt + F2".
    4. Try to unlock session on "Ctrl + Alt + F1" and switch between both sessions. Start different set of application on each session.
    5. Try to logout from first session on "Ctrl + Alt + F1" and switch to second session "Ctrl + Alt + F2".
    6. Logout from second session.

Expected Results

The following must be true to consider this a successful test run. Be brief ... but explicit.

  1. Launcher shows.
  2. "Leave" tab contains Logout, Lock, Switch user, Sleep, Restart and Shut down menu items.
  3. Each Session or System management command do what is expected:
    1. Screen could be locked and unlocked. Nothing from desktop session is visible.
    2. Logout and login back works.
    3. After "Shut down" system is halted, internal hardware is powered off.
    4. On "Restart" system reboots without powering off.
    5. System suspends and successfully resumes to previous working state.
  4. Switch user
    1. Default login manager should appear. (GDM or KDM).
    2. New session without running applications should be started.
    3. First session is locked after switch and could be unlocked.
    4. Switching between different KDE4 sessions should work. Each session should have own set of applications.
    5. On "Ctrl + Alt + F1" is running default login manager and on "Ctrl + Alt + F2" is running second session.
    6. Default login manager should run only on "Ctrl + Alt + F1".