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Old 12-30-2012, 03:22 AM   #1
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Is there a tool similar to Ubuntu's "System Testing" app for other distros?


Ubuntu has a program called "System Testing" which prompts the user to test various elements of their system (sound through headphones, sound through system speakers, network connectivity, available monitor resolutions, etc), then reports this information to Canonical's Ubuntu Friendly page.

  • Are there there similar tools available for other distros?
  • Is there a portable app which can test across multple distros?
  • Are there test suites which go beyond Ubuntu's System Testing tool?
 
  


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