Description of problem:
The default selenium-server set up cannot find the Base64 encoder, which it requires for screen capture functionality (see line 3 here: http://bit.ly/o8peWG).
The workaround that I've used is to add a ~/.selenium-serverrc of one line:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install selenium-server and run selenium-server in a terminal window
2. from another terminal run a test against selenium-server that calls CaptureScreenshotToStringCommand (I'm actually using robotframework to do this).
3. screenshot should be captured into a file in the current directory
At stage 2, a Warning is produced:
POST /selenium-server/driver /HTTP/1.1
A Base64 encoding of a screenshot should be dumped into a file.
I can provide a simple script for running the robotframework test, but figured that there ought to be some regression test for selenium-server that I'm not familiar with that ought to throw this error, and there wouldn't be much point in asking the fedora team to learn a new tool. I think that there's enough info here to easily reproduce, the bug, but feel free to prod me if you think that I've been too lazy.
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