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Developer(s)SUSE, Linux Foundation
Written inPerl
    Operating systemLinux
    TypeWeb service, Scripting language, Automation, GUI, utility

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    openQA is an automated test tool for operating systems and application stacks using virtual as well as physical machines simulating user interactions..[1]. openQA was first developed by the openSUSE community as an integral part of the factory-tested Linux distribution in 2010. [2].

    Known uses of openQA[edit]

    openQA is used for the openSUSE Linux distribution as well as within SUSE to develop multiple products [3]. Other GNU/Linux distributions like Fedora [4], Debian [5], [6], Qubes OS[7], (not reachable at current time), the GNOME project [8] use it. openQA is also used for system integration purposes, e.g. automated kernel testing by Codethink[9] and EuroLinux[10].

    openQA is shipped as part of multiple Linux distribution for direct installation, e.g. openSUSE[11], Fedora[12], [13], Debian[14]

    GNU_Health uses openQA tests for its system verification during development.

    See also[edit]


    1. official homepage of openQA, openQA development team, 2022-11-18, retrieved 2022-11-18
    2. Announcing factory-tested, openSUSE community, 2010-11-29, retrieved 2022-11-18
    3. description of uses at SUSE, openQA development team, 2022-11-18, retrieved 2022-11-18
    4. Fedora openQA instance, Fedora Linux distribution, 2022-11-18, retrieved 2022-11-18
    5. Debian openQA instance, Debian Linux distribution, 2022-11-18, retrieved 2022-11-18
    6. use of openQA at Debian, Debian, 2018-09-09, retrieved 2022-11-18
    7. Qubes OS openQA instance, Qubes OS distribution, 2022-11-18, retrieved 2022-11-18
    8. GNOME openQA instance, the GNOME project, 2022-11-18, retrieved 2022-11-18
    9. TL;DR - LAVA + openQA = automated, continuous kernel testing, Codethink, 2021-09-21, retrieved 2022-11-18
    10. openQA testing for EuroLinux, eurolinux, 2022-03-17, retrieved 2022-11-18
    11. openQA package for openSUSE, openSUSE, 2022-11-18, retrieved 2022-11-18
    12. openQA package for Fedora, Fedora, 2022-11-18, retrieved 2022-11-18
    13. openQA installation instructions for Fedora, Fedora, 2022-06-08, retrieved 2022-11-18
    14. openQA package for Debian, Debian, 2022-11-18, retrieved 2022-11-18

    External links[edit]

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