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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
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This test will verify that the volume levels are at an acceptable level on your local system. The test will validate that the volume is greater than or equal to minvol and less than or equal to maxvol for all sources (inputs) and sinks (outputs) recognized by PulseAudio. It will also validate that the active source and sink are not muted. You should not manually adjust the volume or mute before running this test.
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Located in ../jobs/audio.txt.in:185
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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
61.
PURPOSE:
This test will check that you can record and hear audio using a bluetooth audio device
STEPS:
1. Enable the bluetooth headset
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. In the device write the PIN code automatically chosen by the wizard
6. The device should pair with the computer
7. Click "Test" to record for five seconds and reproduce in the bluetooth device
VERIFICATION:
Did you hear the sound you recorded in the bluetooth
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Located in ../jobs/bluetooth.txt.in:61
74.
This test checks that CPU frequency governors are obeyed when set.
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Located in ../jobs/cpu.txt.in:42
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
104.
Parses Xorg.0.Log and discovers the running X driver and version
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Located in ../jobs/graphics.txt.in:5
106.
PURPOSE:
This test will verify that the GUI is usable after manually changing resolution
STEPS:
1. Open the Displays application
2. Select a new resolution from the dropdown list
3. Click on Apply
4. Select the original resolution from the dropdown list
5. Click on Apply
VERIFICATION:
Did the resolution change as expected?
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Located in ../jobs/graphics.txt.in:17
109.
PURPOSE:
This test will verify the default display resolution
STEPS:
1. This display is using the following resolution:
INFO:
$output
VERIFICATION:
Is this acceptable for your display?
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Located in ../jobs/graphics.txt.in:51
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Contributors to this translation: 3secway, Cheng-Chia Tseng, CrBoy, Kevin-Wei-2, Po-Hsu Lin, Roy Chan, Samantha Jian-Pielak, TienFu Chen, Tom K. C. Chiu, Walter Cheuk, Ying-Chun Liu, akong, extraymond@gmail.com, poloshiao, V字龍(Vdragon).