Live Session in Xubuntu Desktop i386 in Bionic 18.04.3 (archived)

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Test-case Live Session Start

Boot up the image
Xubuntu boot screen is displayed
When ubiquity starts select your language in the left column
Language is selected, all labels are changed to translated versions
Press "Try Xubuntu" and wait for the Live session to start
The default desktop is displayed

Test-case Live Session Usage

Use and execute the default applications found for the desktop enviroment being run
All applications should function without error

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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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Passedguiverc2019-08-06 21:35

ibm thinkpad t43 (pentium m, 1.5gb ram, radeon x300)
two displays (external & laptop), adjust display.settings to match (external to right)
thunar to open hdd & explore partitions, play some music in background
use laptop media buttons (up, down, mute, unmute) to adjust volume of music - i had some issues here where it seemed inconsistent; I'll assume thinkpad [age] issues
general play of menu items (open & close random apps)
firefox; stream local news in window, maximized, f11 & fullscreen on each display
suspended system; waited, resumed and it wanted password ... got it & session resumed with news & music still playing..

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Passedguiverc2019-08-06 20:31

dell latitude d610 (pentium m, 1gb, intel i915)
i won't operate every menu application, i'll try and spend time on device features & random apps
external monitor was attached - adjust displays to match setup (external on floor)
operate random app from menu items (from most if not all categories); once app opened i just closed it
laptop media keys could adjust volume
connect 2.4ghz hidden wifi (wpa2)
ctrl+alt+T opened term, ping router via wireless (`ping -I`) and ethernet successfully
wifi asked a few times for me to re-enter my wpa2 password but i'm ignoring that.. the laptop is sitting only inches from access point so maybe that's the cause...

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