Network connection used is at home via modem/router supplied by my internet provider. Not using WiFi. it's a simple router without firewall that supplies dhcp IP to any device that requests it. Again no firewall enabled or running - no ports blocked. There is no security enabled - no Secure Boot.
I ran a sha256 checksum against the downloaded iso file using windows certUtil and confirmed it matches your checksum exactly -
eda73a25d7d9b5eb51273c1773ee08297d17fb4430200125f3432d2f31ab594f. I even downloaded the iso several times, confirmed the hash and have the same result.
I am using simple SATA hard drives on my computer - no physical RAID controller - no RAID configured in bios. which brings up another question - why would the process be trying to TOUCH my hard drives? It's booting off of a 16 gig usb device - it shouldn't be configuring RAID for nothing but the usb device.
Anyway, you could try on any other computer, to have more information about your live usb (if you have that option). You could also provide detailled technical information so we can check with the team creating the Live Exam Environment). We would need screen capture of the problem, all technical info on the computer (brand, version, components, etc...), same for your 16GB USB key. Description on how you are booting... Anything that can help.
Hello Redhat Team,
Thank you guys for making it possible to deliver exams remotely in this challenging time we live in in.
I have my exams on Monday Sept 7th and i have been following this forum religously to ensure everything runs smoothly on that day. I do have some questions.
1. I have ran the compatibility test almost 50 times now on the device that i intend to use for the exam and each time i do its fails on the "Microphone volume is adequate". Today i just tested and had my music playing on the background and it passed but when i turned it off and the room was quiet it failed again. Does this mean that the compatibility test is checking for sound input to pass or just a coincidence? Every other parts of the compatibility test passed without a problem. If only this fails does that affect my ability to take the exam?
2. Also on the live exam environment after i put my redhat login. It says "You have no scheduled exam" even though my exam has been scheduled about 2weeks ago. Should i be worried about this?
1) There is an option in settings to turn the input mic's volume levels all the way to high. This typically fixes the microphone level issue. You have to turn the volume up and toggle to some other option in the settings once and then proceed to the compatibility test. Have you tried that? Pasting an image below:
2. The Proctoring application picks up your scheduled exams a few minutes before the start time. So, this should not worry you as long as your scheduler portal shows the exam scheduled date and time.
Can I use 2 laptops for the web cams?
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Bonjour j'aimerais avoir un remote concernant l'exam rhcsa . Je souhaiterais vraiment avoir toutes les informations nécessaire pour le remote,
There are some news about that after 1 October there will be new objectives in EX200 like containers and openshift. Is this true ?