Automatically test the Greeter's Disable All Networking option
This is best done by:
- Checking that NetworkManager is not running.
- Using the ‘
no network devices are present’ step from the (not yet merged as of writing this)
- Checking that there’s no network traffic for a while after booting Tails, just to be really sure, I guess.
Blocked by Tails -
#5 Updated by anonym 2015-10-06 03:43:28
- QA Check set to Dev Needed
kytv, to help us get this into Tails 1.7, I suggest that you create a new branch based on
feature/6811-disable-networking, merge in
test/6302-mac-spoofing (for the missing step, see the ticket description) and write a test in a new feature file (one scenario is enough). It’d be great if you can do this early (=> early reviews, no matter the state of
Feature #6302), so there’s a chance we can get this into Tails 1.7.
#14 Updated by kytv 2015-12-06 06:32:50
- Assignee changed from kytv to anonym
- QA Check changed from Dev Needed to Ready for QA
> Hi! Sorry for the burden, but at this point can you please merge feature/jessie into your branch, and make sure the new tests pass on a Jessie ISO?
Not a problem. :)
network-manager is at the running state when Disable all networking is enabled in Jessie. This is a change in behaviour from Wheezy but networking is really disabled, so this may not be a problem.
(Minimal) Changes pushed
#16 Updated by anonym 2016-01-19 15:27:38
- Assignee changed from anonym to intrigeri
- Feature Branch changed from kytv/test/10340-disable-all-networking to test/10340-disable-all-networking
I feel responsible for this branch since I have let the review slide for so long. I’ve fixed it up. intrigeri, what do you think of my commits, in particular commit:a4fb817. Please merge if you are fine with them