Thanks for testing. I couldn't reproduce the FF/nemo/bluetooth bugs.
The tests needed updating pretty badly, this is done now.
Check the trello link I put on the MATE ISO. We found many bugs internally and fixed them. New ISOs were made.
#048 and #110 look highly outdated - they mention Gnome and MDM.
#047: Online Plugins and File associations
Java and Flash are in a bad state. The provided tests are no longer useful in determining the installed versions. Alternatives below:
Java (doesn't work, though): https://www.java.com/en/download/installed8.jsp?detect=jre
Flash (not installed in the live session): https://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player.html
#043: mintInstall <- consider naming it or adding "Software Manager", to avoid confusion around this and #042
^^^^^^ doubled ID, also used with apt policy
#043: apt policy
The test case doesn't mention:
pinned package snapd with priority -10
#029: Maybe update this test case for clarity
- the start page is not as specified, but it leads to http://www.linuxmint.com/start/ulyana/ <- so should the test case link be this? http://www.linuxmint.com/start/
- there's nothing in the bookmarks related to Mint
#028: (live session) Ubuntu logo present on the "Install Linux Mint" desktop icon in the following icon themes:
LoginIcons (also has Ubuntu's logo as the "Computer" icon)
ubuntu-mono-dark (should this be included?)
ubuntu-mono-light (should this be included?)
#000: Doesn't produce any output/confirmation other than checking 0%, then it boots to desktop. If this is normal, at least mention it in the test case, so we know. :)
#019 should either be updated, or the /etc/linuxmint/info is wrong - both in 19.x and 20
EDITION="<desktop> <num_bits>-bit" <- missing 32/64-bit in 19.x/20
re #029: Firefox behaves erratically on the live system. When pressing the menu button (three bars) it quits. Clicking 'show all bookmarks' in the bookmarks menu also causes it to quit.
And the bookmarks are not minty.
re #106: if Bluetooth is disabled, the icon becomes invisible (even though it can still be clicked to fire up the Bluetooth settings.)
re #019 again: grub title does not contain 64-bit, but I guess that is by design. consider updating the description of #019 for releases that have no 32-bit edition.
2 issues regarding #026 open as root:
- nothing happens when right-clicking > Open as Root on the live system (didn't try installing.)
- there is no feedback whatsoever when trying to open a folder that one doesn't have permissions for (such as /root), also no lock icon anymore as in previous editions. Opening such a folder in a new tab, leads to a tab that stays 'loading...' infinitely. Opening such a folder in a new window leads to nothing but a spinning mouse pointer.
#019 DESKTOP=Gnome, correct?
Live system appears to work fine on a ThinkPad X1 Carbon 5th gen.