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ID1422
TitleGnome Terminal
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Part of testsuitesGnome Terminal
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Test-case name: gnometerminal/ter-001
This test will check that basic terminal commands work in Gnome Terminal

  1. Open Terminal using the dash, and typing 'terminal'
  2. Type in sudo apt-get update and press Enter
    1. You are asked for [sudo] password for USER: (where USER is your user name).
  3. Enter your password and wait for the command to complete.
    1. Command finishes and leaves you at an empty prompt
  4. Enter ls -al
    1. This should list all file in full in the folder you are currently in
  5. Press the up arrow on your keyboard
    1. Does the ls -al command you just entered appear?

Test-case name: gnometerminal/ter-002
This test will check that terminal colors and zoom level can be changed

  1. Open Terminal using the dash, and typing 'terminal'
  2. Click on Edit, select Profiles, select Edit and select colours.
  3. Modify the colours to a different set
    1. Colors change in terminal
  4. Set a Background Image
    1. Terminal background changes
  5. Change the Zoom Level
    1. Did the zoom level change in terminal?

Test-case name: gnometerminal/ter-003
This test will check that terminal coloring is active

  1. Open Terminal using the dash, and typing 'terminal'
  2. Type in touch text1.txt
  3. type in ls
  4. txt is in black
  5. Type in chmod 777 text1.txt
  6. Type in ls
  7. txt should now green?

Test-case name: gnometerminal/ter-004
This test will check that the terminal tab launches succesfully

  1. Open Terminal using the dash, and typing 'terminal'
  2. Press Ctrl+Alt+T
    1. Is an instance of gnome-terminal with the title '@: ~' opened, with the current directory set to the users home directory?

Test-case name: gnometerminal/ter-005
This test will check that the terminal can be given a new title

  1. Open Terminal using the dash, and typing 'terminal'
  2. From the main menu select 'Terminal > Set Title...'
    1. The Set Title dialog appears
  3. Enter 'Test Title' and click OK
    1. Is the title of the window now 'Test Title'?


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