Comment 5 for bug 1407978

I think I'm +1 on removing the Self-testing flat page. We put it all in the
self-testing pdf guides these days so client is the only place I think this
is still used. If at all.
On Mon, Jul 6, 2015 at 11:11 Ara Pulido <email address hidden> wrote:

> Chris, can you take care of this, please?
>
> ** Changed in: hexr
> Assignee: (unassigned) => Chris Wayne (cwayne18)
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> Title:
> "Ubuntu Desktop Certified Hardware Self-Testing Guide" contains
> infinite loop
>
> Status in Hardware Enablement Cross Referencer:
> Triaged
>
> Bug description:
> The "Ubuntu Desktop Certified Hardware Self-Testing Guide" document at
> https://certification.canonical.com/static/docs
> /Ubuntu_Desktop_Certified_Hardware_Self-Testing_Guide.pdf contains an
> infinite loop: The instructions for installing via APT (In "Getting
> the Checkbox Packages") say to refer to instructions at
> https://certification.canonical.com/self-testing/ for details on how
> to install via APT, but that page contains nothing but download links
> for the "Ubuntu Desktop Certified Hardware Self-Testing Guide" and its
> server counterpart. Thus, it's not obvious to the reader how to
> install the packages on an Internet-connected system, other than by
> using the method that involves downloading the packages in a tarball.
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