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tickets #117748: [Regression][GNOME] GNOME components of regression tests

[Regression][GNOME] Gnome: Launch seahorse and create a PGP key

Added by zcjia 4 months ago. Updated 18 days ago.

Status:
Resolved
Priority:
Normal
Assignee:
Category:
can_be_automated
Target version:
Start date:
2022-10-12
Due date:
% Done:

0%

Estimated time:
Relevance:
P2

Description

  1. Launch seahorse from
  • open "Passwords and Encryption Keys" from Application Browser
  • run command "seahorse" in terminal
  1. Create a PGP key
  • File->New
  • choose "PGP Key" , touch "continue" button.
  • input "full name" and "email address" for PGP key.
  1. A test for PGP key

(3.1) machine A:

new PGP key (named PGP-A), export PGP-A(Expand the PGP Keys -> GnuPG Keys -> Click the item you created)

(3.2) machine B:

import PGP-A

echo "some message" > fileB

run "gpg2 -e -f PGP-A.pgp fileB", and generate a *.pgp (named B.pgp)

(3.3) machine A:

run "gpg2 -d B.pgp", windows of ask for "PGP key" pops up, then input PGP-A, generate fileB and it is clear text.

Note:

  1. If you can't see the key you just imported, check "View -> Show Any"

VP1. seahorse be launched without any error message output.
VP2. PGP key be created successfully, it can be found in "My Personal Keys" Tab.
VP3. PGP key works fine.

History

#1 Updated by GraceWang 3 months ago

  • Assignee set to GraceWang

#2 Updated by GraceWang 18 days ago

  • Status changed from New to Resolved
  • Relevance changed from P5 to P2

PASS on build 61.1

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