yes. ". I went into the BIOS and under -> Display, I selected 'Hybrid Graphics' instead of 'Discrete Graphics'. This allowed Fedora to boot.."
Some computers allow you to switch the Video card and it may resolve the issue
Just to confirm, I have a test 3 days from now. I have had the same boot issue with the usb getting stuck at "100 percent redhat environment" I recieved confirmation that older iso provided above is still valid. here is a link to the chat with a redhat help desk I had today. https://safe.menlosecurity.com/doc/docview/viewer/docN9724A5E0DE4Eab3cdaccf38d8e1a313019c45d8386de73.... I hope this helps. thanks
I'm using MacOS and trying to create a bootable USB for it. However, when I try to boot from it, it is not detected at all. I have followed the method provided in the guide.
Model Name: MacBook Pro
Model Identifier: MacBookPro16,1
Processor Name: 6-Core Intel Core i7
Processor Speed: 2.6 GHz
Number of Processors: 1
Total Number of Cores: 6
L2 Cache (per Core): 256 KB
L3 Cache: 12 MB
Hyper-Threading Technology: Enabled
Memory: 16 GB
System Firmware Version: 1918.104.22.168.0 (iBridge: 20.16.5060.0.0,0)
OS Loader Version: 577~170
Serial Number (system): C02CF9CDMD6M
Hardware UUID: 8830E8D4-06F6-5884-AEFF-DFA5874BC065
Provisioning UDID: 8830E8D4-06F6-5884-AEFF-DFA5874BC065
Activation Lock Status: Disabled
If the USB is not detected, it could be due to several reasons:
1. Due to Secure boot settings in Startup Security Utility
- These settings will make sure that your Mac always starts up from a legitimate, trusted operating system.
2. Allowed Boot media
- This feature is used to control whether your Mac can start up from external or removable media.
3. The latest M1 chipset-based Mac computers may have compatibility issues with booting externally from the Fedora Workstation operating system and its derivatives. To isolate the issue, you may test the prepared USB on a different system(if available).
We have the new version of ISO released, you may test this if it is not the one which you have downloaded already.
Hope it helps!
I have changed the security settings from full to no. After multiple tries, it worked after using Fedora Media Writer for MacOS.
However, it doesn't detect wifi drivers. The Mouse and Keyboard also don't work. I had an external mouse connected which was working.
IMHO this is really problematic and exam environments should be easier to access and doesn't have to be this complicated.