Rescue Mode in Ubuntu Server arm64 in Xenial 16.04.3 (archived)

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Scope of this test is to start a recovery session.

Proceed in your native language if you wish. Instructions will remain in English

Boot up the image
At the main screen press ESC
Select "Rescue a broken system"
Choose the desired language
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
Verify or setup the timezone
Choose the device to use as root filesystem
The list of the Rescue operations will be shown:
Execute a shell /dev/sda1 (or what you have choosed as root filesytem)
Press Enter to proceed into the rescue mode
Type in standard commands like ls, cd /usr/games/, ls, cp sol sol1, ls
Ensure that changes have been made and that there is a new file created
Type Exit and press Enter to return to the menu
Execute a shell in the installer environement
Type in standard commands like ls, chroot /target, ls chroot /target changes the root to the partition you selected as root filesystem
Ensure that chroot works and that files are listed in both enviroments
Type Exit and press Enter to return to the menu
Reinstall GRUB boot loader
Select Reinstall GRUB boot loader and press Enter. Doing this will remove your Grub config and mbr and place a new automatic version in it's place
Type in where the boot loader need to be run and press Enter. The default for this will be hd0 or /dev/hda (ide) /dev/sda (scsi)
From the menu select Reboot the system and press Enter
Ensure the system boots as expected
Choose a different root file system
This case requires more than one root partition
Select Choose a different root file system
Choose your new root file system and press Enter
Check the new partition is mounted

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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