User:Holt/XS Community Edition/0.2/Test Plan
XSCE Services Testing Checklist
Using only the instructions in the Hacking page and a fresh Fedora 17 install.
Then repeat all below on XO-1.75 and "big iron" generic/commodity x86.
Register the XSCE (yes, you're actually registering it to itself). You should get a message informing you that registration was successful. Registration also creates a directory named the XO's serial number in /library/users.
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (dhcpd)
Connect an XO to the XSCE's AP. The XO will get an IP in the 172.18.x.x range.
XMPP Server (ejabberd)
Now that a client XO is connected to the XSCE, register it. If you get a message that registration failed, go to the Sugar Control Panel and in Network, clear out the collaboration server field. Upon successful registration, both XOs will appear in Network Neighborhood. To verify that ejabberd is managing collaboration and not the LAN, issue this in a root terminal:
Proxy Caching and Internet Access (squid)
Check the initial size of the squid cache directory: du -sh /library/cache. From the client XO's Browse Activity, surf the internet. Check the cache directory size again and it should be larger.
Apache Web Server (httpd)
Activity Server (uses httpd)
If http://schoolserver/upload_activity.php resolves, the Activity Server is working.
To upload an Activity to the school server, use a browser to navigate to http://schoolserver.local/upload_activity.php. Click on "Choose File", and use the file chooser to indicate which Activity you would like to upload.
External SD Card for /library
Mount should report /dev/mmcblk0p1 on /library
Ejabberd Web Interface
This isn't necessary for testing, but is fun to poke around in:
Register the admin user:
ejabberdctl register admin schoolserver.local <password>
In a browser, go to http://schoolserver.local:5280/admin
The username is firstname.lastname@example.org and the password is whatever you set above.