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=== Advanced Codec Support ===
[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cases/UMEdesktop-codec-advanced : Cases]

 * Support MPEG1/MPEG2 layer 3 decode

 * Support PCM inside WAV decoder

 * Support Dolby Digital/AC3 decode

 * Support Advanced Audio Coding (also known as MPEG-2 Part 7, and also MPEG-4 Part 3) decode

 * Support BSAC decode (MPEG4 audio codec used in T-DMB)

 * MPEG-1 Support

 * MPEG-2 Support

 * Line-21 Support

 * Real Video Support

 * VC1 Support

 * MPEG-4 Support Encode/Decode

 * MPEG-4 Part 10 (AVC, H.264)

 * MJPEG Support Encode/Decode

 * H-263 Support Encode/Decode

 * AVS Support

 * VP-6 Support

 * VP-7 Support

 * WMV 7 Support

 * WMV 8 Support

 * DV Support

 * HDV Support

 * H.261 Support Encode/Decode

 * MPEG TS/PS/ES Support

 * AVI splitter Support

 * ASF splitter (container for WMV) Support

 * MP4 splitter Support

 * MP4/3GPP Support

 * ASF Support

 * GSM AMR-WB Support

 * GSM Full rate (FR) Support

 * G.723.1 Support

 * G.729 Support

 * G.711 Support

 * G.726 Support

 * G.722 Support

 * Voice detection and echo cancellation Support

 * GSM-AMR Support

 * GSM-AMR WB+ Support

 * G.728 Support

=== Kernel ===
[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cases/UMEdesktop-kernel : Cases]

 * Use kernel version 2.6.21 or later

 * Enable tickless idle

=== Bluetooth Profiles ===
[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cases/UMEdesktop-bluetooth : Cases]

 * Support the Generic Access Profile

 * Support the Service Discovery Profile

 * Support the Hands Free Profile (HFP) Used by VIOP

 * Support the Generic Object Exchange Profile (GOEP)

 * Support the Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP)

 * Support the Human Interface Device Profile (HID)

 * Support the Headset Profile (HSP)

=== Power and Thermal Management ===
[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cases/UMEdesktop-power : Cases]

 * ACPI 2.0 support, including support for the new C6 idle state

 * Thermal Management Optimizations

=== Media Infrastructure ===
[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cases/UMEdesktop-media : Cases]

 * Include the Helix media framework

 * Include GStreamer
[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cases/UMEdesktop-advanced-features : Advanced Feature Testing]
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=== General Distribution Characteristics ===
[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cases/UMEdesktop-general : Cases]

 * Moblin Compliance to version 1.0

 * Applications and other UI elements must be consistent with the MID application design guide

 * Built for a 32-bit platform

 * Licensing terms for all components

 * List of known non-open source components that will be included.

=== Performance (Excludes BIOS Times) ===
[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cases/UMEdesktop-performance : Cases]

 * With platform in Hibernate state, time from user pressing power on button to desktop UI being fully responsive <= 16 sec

 * Time from user pressing sleep button to platform going to S3 state (not just display going blank) <= 7 sec

 * With platform in S3 state, time from user pressing wake-up button to desktop UI being fully responsive <= 7 sec

 * When the platform is Cold booted (i.e. when device probe, etc is required), the time from user pressing power on button to desktop UI being fully responsive <= 37 sec

=== Footprint ===
[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cases/UMEdesktop-footprint : Cases]

 * Platform memory 192MB

 * Use a maximum of 500MB

=== Localization ===
[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cases/UMEdesktop-locale : Cases]

 * Support English (US)

=== Documentation ===
[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cases/UMEdesktop-docs : Cases]

 * Deliver updated Documentation

 * Licensing terms for all documentation

 * List of any proprietary documentation which cannot be made public.

[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cases/UMEdesktop-compliance : Compliance Testing]



This is a comprehensive test case suite designed to confirm compliance with all project requirements. Most of these tests can be performed on mobile hardware or in Xnest/Xephyr on a development machine.

Environment Setup


  • Download the latest project tarball from the [http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/moblin/hardy/menlow : Build Area]

  • Launch Moblin Image Creator application
  • File -> Load Project -> Browse to .tar.bz2

  • Select project in Platform Projects window in MIC interface.

  • Select target in Targets window in MIC interface.

  • Click the Terminal button in the Targets section.

  • Inside the target terminal type:
    • # ume-xephyr-start BR this script does the following:

      • # apt-get install xserver-xephyr # export DISPLAY=:0 # /etc/init.d/dbus start # xinit /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc -- /usr/bin/Xephyr :2 -host-cursor -screen 1024x600x32 -dpi 96 -ac

You should now have a working environment


  • Download the latest image from the [http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/moblin/hardy/ : Build Area]

  • Insert Empty USB thumbdrive.

  • Open Moblin Image Creator and go to: Tools -> Write USB Image

  • Browse to the *.img file you retrieved from the Build Area and create the image to thumbdrive
  • Insert thumbdrive into MID device and restart the device. be sure you have downloaded the correct build for the chipset in your test device

You should now have a working environment

Test Cases

Basic Feature Testing

Basic feature testing covers the features that the user of the software will see on a daily basis. Defects in this area of functionality will be noticed immediately by the user. It is vital that this area of testing is performed as often as possible and by as many people as possible.

Core Applications and Plug-ins

[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cases/UMEdesktop-apps : Cases]

  • Include an MID-optimized browser
  • Include an MID-optimized media player
  • Include Flash Movie Player, comparable to Adobe Flash Player version 9
  • Include Adobe Acrobat Reader
  • Include a Java Run-time Environment
  • Media player plug-in
  • IM / Chat
  • Standalone Email client supporting
  • Video conferencing
  • Office document viewer
  • Games
  • Camera application
  • RSS reader
  • Clock
  • Calculator
  • PIM
  • Remote desktop client
  • E-book reader

System Configuration & Utilities

[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cases/UMEdesktop-config : Cases]

  • Software update mechanism tailored for MID
  • Power Management
  • Network Manager
  • Touchscreen calibration
  • Screen brightness
  • User theming customization
  • Font size / screen size
  • Hardware button configuration
  • Volume Controls
  • System Information
  • Date & Time settings

Codec Support

[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cases/UMEdesktop-codec : Cases]

  • MPEG-3 (MP3) Support
  • Windows Media Audio (WMA) Support
  • Ogg Theora (ogg) Support
  • Real Audio Support
  • Musepack Support
  • FLAC Support
  • WMV 9 Support
  • Real Video Support
  • Ogg Theora (ogg) Support
  • MPEG-4 Support
  • AVI Support
  • Xvid media format Support
  • Apple Quicktime containers (MOV) Support
  • DivX media format (version; 3, 4, 5 and 6) Support
  • Flash video 7/8/9 (swf) Support
  • Ogg media (ogm) Support
  • Real Media (Ram, ra and rpm) Support
  • JPEG decode
  • BMP decode
  • GIF decode
  • PNG decode
  • JPEG encode
  • BMP encode
  • GIF encode
  • PNG encode
  • Real Helix DRM Support
  • WM DRM Support
  • OMA DRM v2.0 Support

Device Drivers

[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cases/UMEdesktop-drivers : Cases]

  • WLAN Support
  • WiMax Support

  • WWAN Support
  • SDIO Support
  • Touchscreen Support
  • GPS Support
  • BlueTooth Support

  • Graphics – support x.org 7.1 or newer plus x11 2d driver, mesa 3d driver, agpgart kernel module, DRM kernel module and kernel frame buffer driver
  • Video Decode Acceleration
  • USB Client Support
  • Poulsbo chipset support (PCI IDs)
  • HD Audio – kernel patch to support chipset and ALSA codec driver
  • USB Camera Support

Advanced Feature Testing

Advanced feature testing covers functionality that is hidden or not used as often as the basic feature set. These cases often require advanced knowledge of the underlying system or access to system resouces that are not commonly used.

[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cases/UMEdesktop-advanced-features : Advanced Feature Testing]

Compliance Testing

Compliance testing ensures that UME conforms to all project requirements. These include basic system versioning to the inclusion of licensing information in the delivered builds. Compliance is important to the success of UME and is a vital requirement for many of companies implementing UME.

[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Cases/UMEdesktop-compliance : Compliance Testing]

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