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After taking my exam today I feel I can add some vital information for the FAQ section.
If you have a 4K monitor, the offical advice I received today was to ensure you choose 1920 * 1080 as your display resolution. Highly advise this otherwise you will only be working with part of your display and will not be able to resize or go fullscreen with the desktop provided and will most likely need extra glasses.
There is no way to alter any desktop settings and only see this desktop size issue once the exam has started
I would highly suggest this is added to the FAQ section although support said they would review the documentation anyway.
Thank you for your feedback, @Mutl3y
I have forwarded your comments to the team maintaining the documentation.
Just tested my computer with the compability test and extected to fail on the hardware test where testing the number of cameras installed. Was surprised to see that the camera test passed.
I'm not curently having external camera its just the laptop camera.
Why the test didn't fail? What I've seen here is that I need to have at minimum an external camera to pass the test?
I'm doing exam simulation on LinuxAcademy lab which is centOS and notice I'm unable to use TAB completion unless is installed manually. Is the TAB completon disabeled on the exam as well?
Is an external (USB) Microphone allowed ? If i close the lid of my DELL7480 Laptop to use an external screen , the internal microphone does´nt works
Yes, An external mic (or a mic builtin into the web camera) can be used for the remote exam.
I have downloaded the exam image iso a few times on two different computers, each time the image is corrupted
Is there any other source of the image?
or please provide SHA sum of image
A new exam image was released earlier this week. The size of the rhrexboot.iso is about 2.3 GB. The MD5 checksum is 585cb364da1ae2fae94e22e07913316e.
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