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14.
PURPOSE:
HDMI interface verification
STEPS:
1. Plug an external HDMI device with sound (Use second port if you have more than one hdmi interface)
2. Click the Test button
VERIFICATION:
Did you hear the sound from the HDMI device?
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Located in ../jobs/audio.txt.in:37
24.
PURPOSE:
Display Port audio interface verification
STEPS:
1. Plug an external Display Port device with sound
2. Open system sound preferences
3. Click on Output and Select Display Port
4. Run sound test
VERIFICATION:
Did you hear a sound?
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Located in ../jobs/audio.txt.in:178
26.
PURPOSE:
Check that external line in connection works correctly
STEPS:
1. Use a cable to connect the line in port to an external line out source.
2. Open system sound preferences, 'Input' tab, select 'Line-in' on the connector list. Click the Test button
3. After a few seconds, your recording will be played back to you.
VERIFICATION:
Did you hear your recording?
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Located in ../jobs/audio.txt.in:228
62.
PURPOSE:
This test will check that you can use a BlueTooth HID device
STEPS:
1. Enable either a BT mouse or keyboard
2. Click on the bluetooth icon in the menu bar
3. Select 'Setup new device'
4. Look for the device in the list and select it
5. For mice, perform actions such as moving the pointer, right and left button clicks and double clicks
6. For keyboards, click the Test button to lauch a small tool. Enter some text into the tool and close it.
VERIFICATION:
Did the device work as expected?
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Located in ../jobs/bluetooth.txt.in:105
97.
PURPOSE:
This will verify that an ExpressCard slot can detect inserted devices.
If you do not have an ExpressCard slot, please skip test.
STEPS:
1. Plug an ExpressCard device into the ExpressCard slot
VERIFICATION:
Was the device correctly detected?
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Located in ../jobs/expresscard.txt.in:3
98.
PURPOSE:
This test will verify that a fingerprint reader will work properly for logging into your system.
PREREQUISITES:
This test case assumes that there's a testing account from which test cases are run and a personal account that the tester uses to verify the fingerprint reader
STEPS:
1. Click on the User indicator on the left side of the panel (your user name).
2. Select "Switch User Account"
3. On the LightDM screen select your username.
4. Use the fingerprint reader to login.
5. Click on the user switcher applet.
6. Select the testing account to continue running tests.
VERIFICATION:
Did the authentication procedure work correctly?
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Located in ../jobs/fingerprint.txt.in:3
158.
Attaches information about disk partitions
description
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Located in ../jobs/info.txt.in:225
159.
Pointing device tests.
description
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Located in ../jobs/input.txt.in:5
164.
Tests oem-config using Xpresser, and then checks that the user has been created successfully. Cleans up the newly created user after the test has passed.
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Located in ../jobs/install.txt.in:17
169.
PURPOSE:
This test will test the battery information key
STEPS:
If you do not have a Battery Button, skip this test
1. Click Test to begin
2. Press the Battery Info button (or combo like Fn+F3)
3: Close the Power Statistics tool if it opens
VERIFICATION:
Did the Battery Info key work as expected?
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Located in ../jobs/keys.txt.in:62
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Contributors to this translation: Attila Hammer, Bence Lukács, Gabor Kelemen, Gábor Udvari, Hoffman Péter, MruOli, Muszela Balázs, Péter Trombitás, Richard Somlói, Robert Roth, Tóth-Molnár Gábor, Úr Balázs.