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(do not request launching the apps, that's part of a different test case. Also polish up a bit)
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|description=This test case tests whether the 'core applications' defined in the [[Workstation/Technical_Specification#Core_Applications|Workstation Technical Specification]] are present on a particular medium.
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|description=This test case tests whether the 'core applications' defined in the [[Workstation/Technical_Specification#Core_Applications|Workstation Technical Specification]] are '''present''' on a particular medium.
 
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# Clean boot the Fedora Workstation medium you wish to test
 
# Clean boot the Fedora Workstation medium you wish to test
# Try to launch each of the [[Workstation/Technical_Specification#Core_Applications|Workstation core applications]] from the Overview (in case of a Live medium)
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# Locate and launch each of the [[Workstation/Technical_Specification#Core_Applications|Workstation core applications]] from the Overview.
 
#* If one does not appear to be present, use {{command|rpm -q (packagename)}} to verify whether the package is missing entirely, or some other issue prevents the application appearing in the Overview
 
#* If one does not appear to be present, use {{command|rpm -q (packagename)}} to verify whether the package is missing entirely, or some other issue prevents the application appearing in the Overview
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#* If an application is not present, it's a failure of this test case. If the application fails to start or work properly, it's technically a failure of [[QA:Testcase desktop menus]].
 
# Perform a default installation of the medium, and repeat the test in the installed system
 
# Perform a default installation of the medium, and repeat the test in the installed system
 
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|results=

Latest revision as of 14:53, 14 February 2020


Description

This test case tests whether the 'core applications' defined in the Workstation Technical Specification are present on a particular medium.


How to test

  1. Clean boot the Fedora Workstation medium you wish to test
  2. Locate and launch each of the Workstation core applications from the Overview.
    • If one does not appear to be present, use rpm -q (packagename) to verify whether the package is missing entirely, or some other issue prevents the application appearing in the Overview
    • If an application is not present, it's a failure of this test case. If the application fails to start or work properly, it's technically a failure of QA:Testcase desktop menus.
  3. Perform a default installation of the medium, and repeat the test in the installed system

Expected Results

  1. All the Workstation core applications should be present and available from the Overview