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ID1302
TitleInstall (manual partitioning)
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Part of testsuitesUbuntu Desktop
Ubuntu Desktop armhf
Xubuntu Installation
Lubuntu Desktop
Kubuntu Desktop
Ubuntu Studio
Ubuntu Kylin Installation
Kubuntu PPC Desktop
Ubuntu Mate
Xubuntu Core
Ubuntu Budgie

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  1. Boot up the iso using a CD/DVD or USB Key to a Live Session
    1. The system boots properly and loads the installer displaying Welcome dialog with language selection and 'Try Ubuntu' and 'Install Ubuntu' buttons
  2. Double click on the Install Ubuntu icon
    1. The 'Preparing to install Ubuntu' screen is displayed
  3. On the screen Preparing to install Ubuntu, note the state of each check mark for the following components
    • Your system have at least the amount a space indicated
    • Is plugged to a power source
    • Is connected to the Internet
    1. Check marks represent the state of your system accurately
  4. Click on the continue button
    1. The 'Installation type' screen is displayed
  5. Select Something Else
  6. Click on Forward
  7. Select the drive you wish to partition and use the 'Add', 'Change', and 'Delete' buttons to create your desired scheme
    1. The screen updates showing your desired partitions and mount points
  8. Once you have you partitioning scheme laid out and are happy click on Install Now
    1. The partitions and disk layouts are created. Then, the 'Where are you?' screen is displayed
  9. If your system is connected to the network, note the preselected timezone correspond with your timezone and the city indicated in the text box
    1. The timezone and city displayed match your timezone and a city from your area
  10. Click on the map to a different timezone of your choice
    1. The the corresponding city is displayed in the text field and the new timezone is selected
  11. Re-enter the name of a city from your are
    1. The input field and a drop down list opens with a list of items matching the name you entered
  12. Select the name of the city from your area
    1. The timezone and city are update to your new selection
  13. Click on the continue button
    1. The 'Keyboard Layout' screen appears
  14. Note the Keyboard layout and variant, and type some characters in the test area
    1. Correct keyboard layout and variant are selected from timezone information by default, and the proper characters display when typed
  15. Click on Detect Keyboard Layout and answer to the questions asked
    1. The proposed keyboard corresponds to your keyboard
  16. Click on continue
    1. The 'Who are you?' screen appears
  17. Input your initial user details and password (Note admin can not be used - it is a dedicated Linux User)
    1. Name, username and password are accepted. Additionally, the continue button is enabled
  18. Click on the continue button
    1. The 'Welcome to Ubuntu ' slide is displayed
  19. Wait for the installation to proceed and the slide to change automatically
    1. The slideshow appears correct, the installer displays installation details along the bottom and the slideshow changes slides
  20. Click the left and right arrow buttons next to the slides
    1. The slide changes slides in the proper direction as indicated by the click
  21. Wait for the installer to finish
    1. An 'Installation Complete' dialog appears
  22. Click the Restart now button
    1. GUI is shut down, a prompt to remove media and press Enter appears
  23. Remove the disc and press enter
    1. The machine has been rebooted
  24. Allow the machine to reboot
    1. The system boots properly and loads into ubuntu
  25. Login as the user you created, or ensure that you are auto-logged in as the user created during setup if you checked the auto-login option
    1. The new user's desktop is presented
  26. Execute the following command on the command line:
    lsb_release -rd
    1. Both the description and the release presented matches the version of ubuntu you installed
  27. Execute the following command on the command line:
    arch
    1. Verify the result correctly lists the architecture of the installation you installed. For example, x86_64 for 64-bit x86 machine.
  28. Execute the following command on the command line:
    sudo sfdisk -l
    1. Verify the partition scheme displayed matches the partition scheme you chose during installation
  29. Execute the following command on the command line:
    sudo apt-get update
    1. Apt should hit each of the package mirrors and update all of them without error
  30. Launch 'update-manager' (for quantal this is being renamed to software-updater) and install any updates presented
    1. The updates are downloaded and installed without error
  31. Launch 'firefox' and navigate to http://www.ubuntu.com
    1. The ubuntu homepage is loaded and displays properly
  32. Launch 'Time & Date' settings menu and note the timezone information and local time and date
    1. The timezone, date and time should match the settings you selected during installation
  33. If you installed a non-english version of ubuntu, note the language used on the desktop
    1. The desktop should be localized into your language, or it should have prompted you upon initial login to install the missing components for your language


If all actions produce the expected results listed, please submit a 'passed' result.
If an action fails, or produces an unexpected result, please submit a 'failed' result and file a bug. Please be sure to include the bug number when you submit your result
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