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    Why does QA tracker only list "entire disc" installs for Lubuntu?

    Thought I'd ask here because I'm only tinkering with Lubuntu:

    http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/m...9121/testcases

    I installed using manual partitioning because I have three hard drives and like to be 100% in control

    That aside I'm quite impressed with Lubuntu since the change to LXQT.

    By 2020 I intend to go QT for sure and I was leaning towards Kubuntu but Lubuntu may be more to my liking - minimalist approach.

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    Re: Why does QA tracker only list "entire disc" installs for Lubuntu?

    The way the QA thing always worked is it only shows test cases that someone created. So in the case of Lubuntu 2 test cases were created.
    Overall it doesn't appear any of the QA blah, blah gets much or even any activity anymore..

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    Re: Why does QA tracker only list "entire disc" installs for Lubuntu?

    This is very late... but I'll provide my 2c worth.

    @mc4man is correct, and since the 18.10 cycle (with Lubuntu using the `calamares` installer and new LXQt desktop), we've primarily worked from a checklist on our phab instance; ie. https://phab.lubuntu.me/w/release-te...ing-checklist/

    At the end of the 19.04 cycle a task was created (https://phab.lubuntu.me/T56) which was hoped to be done for 19.10 which resulted in changes submitted from review that sat there for months. At the beginning of the year I wiped a home server's disk array (errant `dd` command run on the wrong box), bazaar didn't like my restored data so that change was aborted and a new one created. (https://code.launchpad.net/~guiverc/...untu-calamares)

    Our testcases as written include

    testcases/image/Auto login (+31/-0)
    testcases/image/Custom partitioning on BTRFS (+30/-0)
    testcases/image/Custom partitioning on XFS (+30/-0)
    testcases/image/Custom partitioning with seperate home (+30/-0)
    testcases/image/Full disk install encryption BIOS internet (+32/-0)
    testcases/image/Full disk install encryption BIOS offline (+39/-0)
    testcases/image/Full disk install encryption EFI internet (+32/-0)
    testcases/image/Full disk install encryption EFI offline (+39/-0)
    testcases/image/Full disk install encryption SecureEFI internet (+32/-0)
    testcases/image/Full disk install encryption SecureEFI offline (+39/-0)
    testcases/image/Full disk install no-encryption BIOS internet (+32/-0)
    testcases/image/Full disk install no-encryption BIOS offline (+37/-0)
    testcases/image/Full disk install no-encryption EFI internet (+32/-0)
    testcases/image/Full disk install no-encryption EFI offline (+37/-0)
    testcases/image/Full disk install no-encryption SecureEFI internet (+32/-0)
    testcases/image/Full disk install no-encryption SecureEFI offline (+37/-0)
    testcases/image/Install using another language (+29/-0)
    testcases/image/Install with existing partition (+32/-0)
    testcases/image/Modern Live (+20/-0)
    testcases/image/Replace a partition (+30/-0)
    testcases/image/Upgrade using GUI (+36/-0)
    testcases/image/Upgrade using TUI (+33/-0)

    But as stated, we follow the our
    https://phab.lubuntu.me/w/release-te...ing-checklist/ checklist, we do record all details under our one install option on iso.qa.ubuntu.com (see http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/m...s/1701/results as an example, late in 20.04 cycle, sorry it's an example with bugs but they're easiest to find) also noting our TESTCASE: options in the comment section for done tests.

    Successful tests get ticked off (tester/iso/completed.date) on our phab document.

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    Re: Why does QA tracker only list "entire disc" installs for Lubuntu?

    If you only just looked at the checklist; it's currently showing 20.04.1 (it would likely have still reflected 20.04 when I wrote my last post on this thread).

    20.04.1 should be released in a little over 24 hours.

    The current ISO (20200731) is the RC and with luck will be the actual release ISO (no re-spins are planned anyway)

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