Details for testcase: Netboot Install (grub)

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TitleNetboot Install (grub)
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Part of testsuitesNetboot Desktop

RevisionWritten on the 2013-03-11 11:42 by nskaggs

Netboot i686/amd64 desktop

Boot using the linux, initrd.gz and grub setup.
The installer should load
Select your language and press Enter.
Select your country and press Enter.
The detect keyboard layout screen should appear.
If you know your layout choose No and select it from the list, otherwise choose yes and follow the prompts to detect the layout.
The install starts to detect hardware and the best server to use then shows the select hostname screen.
Type a hostname then press Enter.
The select server window appears.
Either enter the server info manually or select the recommended server and press enter.
Choose a mirror to use and press enter.
If you have a http proxy type its details now, otherwise just press enter.
The installer starts loading additional components.
Type your full name (using capitals) then press Enter.
The select username page loads with a capital-less version of your first name.
Choose a username the press enter.
Type then confirm a password that is below 8 character long.
A warning that you have chosen a weak password should appear.
Select "no" then type and confirm the password you want to use.
Choose to not encrypt the home directory.
The installer detects your timezone correctly.
Press Enter to confirm your timezone.
The partition disks page should loads
Select "Guided - use entire disk".
Select the disk you would like to use.
Agree to the changes to be made.
The installation begins (this might take a long time on the older hardware)
Select "No automatic updates".
The installation continues and the Software selection screen appears (tasksel).
Press enter to continue.
The installer continues and prompts the GRUB window
Answer "Yes" to the "Install the GRUB boot loader to the master boot record" question and press Enter.
The installer continues and prompts "Is the system clock set to UTC?"
Select yes or no, depending on your setup (select no if your clock is set to localtime).
The installer prompts the installation is complete.
Select continue.
The system restarts.
Remove the installation media.
The system boots properly and ask for login credentials
Fill login credentials.
The system accepted credentials?, shows information about Ubuntu and presents a bash prompt?

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RevisionWritten on the 2013-03-11 11:36 by nskaggs