[lsb-discuss] [Fwd: Certification for 3.1 update]

Vladimir Rubanov vrub at ispras.ru
Sat Mar 10 01:57:39 PST 2007

Actually, there are two different command line possibilities. It seems John
used the "raw" command line by directly invoking corresponding test suites.


Meanwhile, there is also a more user friendly command line developed by us
on the top of autotest. Below is an excerpt from the DTK Getting Started
document about using this kind of command line:

1.	Go to the directory /opt/lsb/test/manager/autotest-ext. 

*	To run the certification tests, execute the command:
 ./lsb-tef.pl --cert 
You could also specify -Tcore,c++ parameter to certify against the 'core,
c++'  profile. The 'core, c++, desktop'  profile is used by default when no
-T parameter is specified. 
*	To run the custom set of tests, execute the command:
 ./lsb-tef.pl test1 test2 ... 
test1, test2 etc. are the specific test suites you wish to run. To obtain
the list of supported test suites, use ./lsb-tef.pl --help. 

2.	In addition, the following options may be useful: 

*	-D: Automatically download the test packages needed. 
*	--lsb=<LSB-version>: Allows to explicitly specify the LSB version to
test against. 
*	-r <results-dir>: Specify the directory for the results. 
*	-v[0-2]: Specify verbose mode. 

3.	Please, see
 ./lsb-tef.pl --help 
for the full list of the options available. 

This way of running the tests is very easy, in some sense, even easier than
starting and using the web interface.





> I have been using both command line and the web interface.  The command

> line interface is the one that contains the annoying root password

> prompts.  The web interface seems to run without this interaction.  Very

> nice.


> John

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