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Collect audio-related system information. This data can be used to simulate this computer's audio subsystem and perform more detailed tests under a controlled environment.
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Located in ../jobs/audio.txt.in:165
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Attaches the audio hardware data collection log to the results.
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Located in ../jobs/audio.txt.in:175
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PURPOSE:
Check that the various audio channels are working properly
STEPS:
1. Click the Test button
VERIFICATION:
You should clearly hear a voice from the different audio channels
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Located in ../jobs/audio.txt.in:182
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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:
Check that external line out connection works correctly
STEPS:
1. Insert cable to speakers (with built-in amplifiers) on the line out port
2. Open system sound preferences, 'Output' tab, select 'Line-out' on the connector list. Click the Test button
3. On the system sound preferences, select 'Internal Audio' on the device list and click 'Test Speakers' to check left and right channel
VERIFICATION:
1. Do you hear a sound in the speakers? The internal speakers should *not* be muted automatically
2. Do you hear the sound coming out on the corresponding channel?
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Located in ../jobs/audio.txt.in:208
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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
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PURPOSE:
Check that balance control works correctly on internal speakers
STEPS:
1. Check that moving the balance slider from left to right works smoothly
2. Click the Test button to play an audio tone for 10 seconds.
3. Move the balance slider from left to right and back.
4. Check that actual speaker audio balance follows your setting.
VERIFICATION:
Does the slider move smoothly, as well as being followed by the setting by the actual audio output?
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Located in ../jobs/audio.txt.in:289
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PURPOSE:
Check that balance control works correctly on external headphone
STEPS:
1. Check that moving the balance slider from left to right works smoothly
2. Click the Test button to play an audio tone for 10 seconds.
3. Move the balance slider from left to right and back.
4. Check that actual headphone audio balance follows your setting.
VERIFICATION:
Does the slider move smoothly, as well as being followed by the setting by the actual audio output?
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Located in ../jobs/audio.txt.in:310
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Benchmark for each disk
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Located in ../jobs/benchmarks.txt.in:18
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Run gtkperf to make sure that GTK based test cases work
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Located in ../jobs/benchmarks.txt.in:35
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