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[common]
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welcome_text = Welcome to System Certification!
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 This application will gather information from your system. Then you will be asked manual tests to confirm that the system is working properly. Finally, you will be asked for the Secure ID of the computer to submit the information to the certification.canonical.com database.
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 To learn how to create or locate the Secure ID, please see here:
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 https://certification.canonical.com/home/ubuntu-certified
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# If you have a secure_id, uncomment the next two lines and set your
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# 15- or 18-character secure_id here for automatic submission. If
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# unsure, it's safe to leave this commented out.
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#[sru]
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#secure_id =
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[environment]
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# For virtualization testing.
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# Uncomment the following 2 lines and set the proper parameters:
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#KVM_TIMEOUT = 
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#KVM_IMAGE =
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# For network testing.
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# WARNING: ALL four parameters need a value, don't leave anything
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# blank. Use an e-mail address for anonymous ftp password if needed.
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# Uncomment the following 4 lines and set the proper parameters:
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#TEST_TARGET_FTP = your-ftp-server.example.com
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#TEST_USER = anonymous
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#TEST_PASS = 
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#TEST_TARGET_IPERF =  your-iperf-server.example.com