Once installed the tests can be run in two modes:
As an application on an X11 supporting desktop:
As "owner" of a virtual terminal:
$ sudo mir-test-tools.
mir-test-tools.qt-test runs a simple Qt client and reports if it fail
mir-test-tools.sdl2-test runs an SDL2 client and reports if it fail
mir-test-tools.gtk3-test runs a gtk3+ client and reports if it fail
mir-test-tools.performance-test runs the Mir performance tests and reports if any fail
mir-test-tools.smoke-test runs each of the example Mir clients and reports any that fail. (This is mostly legacy as it tests
mirclient support, not Wayland.)
mir-test-tools.bash is a debugging aid: it starts a bash session with the environment set up for the tests.