Scope of this test is to verify that the system is installed, you can login and run VMs.
Proceed in your native language if you wish. Instructions will remain in English
- Boot up the image
- Choose the desired language
- Select "Install Ubuntu Server"
- Choose the language
- Select your location
- Configure locales
- At configure keyboard page, select NO
- Select the country of the keyboard
- Select the keyboard layout
- Select hostname ubuntu as default
- Insert the name for the new user
- Insert the name for the account
- Choose a password
- Reinsert the password
- At encrypt request select NO
- Verify or setup the timezone
- At partitioning select "Guided - Use entire disk"
- Select disk to partition
- At "Write changes to disks", verify that everythings is right and select YES
- At "http proxy" request, leave it blank and press enter
- At managing upgrades select "No automatic updates"
- At Software selection, choose "Virtual Machine host" with arrows, select it with "space bar" and confirm with "Enter"
- Select to install Grub in the master boot record
- Remove the installation media (CDROM or USB key)
- Wait that the system reboot, login
- Verify that ubuntu-virt-server package is installed:
- dpkg -l ubuntu-virt-server
- Verify that you have KVM-capable hardware:
- has to return that KVM acceleration can be used
- Verify that the KVM kernel module is loaded
- lsmod | grep kvm
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.