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
- Click on "Fedora icon on Panel" to show Launcher.
- Select "Leave" tab in Launcher.
- Run all Session and System management commands (only one each time):
- Screen Lock and unlock (no password)
- Logout and login back
- Shut down
- Sleep and resume.
- Switch user
- Click on "New Session" and Choose "Start New Session"
- Login as user "liveuser" (no password)
- Switch between different KDE4 sessions using "Ctrl + Alt + F1" and "Ctrl + Alt + F2".
- Try to unlock session on "Ctrl + Alt + F1" and switch between both sessions. Start different set of application on each session.
- Try to logout from first session on "Ctrl + Alt + F1" and switch to second session "Ctrl + Alt + F2".
- Logout from second session.
- Launcher shows.
- "Leave" tab contains Logout, Lock, Switch user, Sleep, Restart and Shut down menu items.
- Each Session or System management command do what is expected:
- Screen could be locked and unlocked. Nothing from desktop session is visible.
- Logout and login back works.
- After "Shut down" system is halted, internal hardware is powered off.
- On "Restart" system reboots without powering off.
- System suspends and successfully resumes to previous working state.
- Switch user
- Default login manager should appear. (GDM or KDM).
- New session without running applications should be started.
- First session is locked after switch and could be unlocked.
- Switching between different KDE4 sessions should work. Each session should have own set of applications.
- On "Ctrl + Alt + F1" is running default login manager and on "Ctrl + Alt + F2" is running second session.
- Default login manager should run only on "Ctrl + Alt + F1".