I bought a external webcam, but the autofocus isn't good enough, my collegue has the same webcam, he experienced issues during his exam. I have a build-in webcam on my laptop as well that has auto-focus. My question is are both cam's on during the exam, so my identity verification can be done with the build-in webcam and have the external cam on as well for checking the environment. Or do i specifically need a external camera with autofocus?
I did the compatibility check and everything is fine, but i really would like to know.
I am using MacBook Pro 2019, and encountered the issue. when I load the fedora image, the keyboard and touchpad are not responsive. It hangs on the Settings page.
Hopefully, I do not have to buy another PC just for this exam :-)
Hi @EricJi ,
The problem occurs with a live boot of most Linux distributions on modern Apple devices and there is no fix for the issue yet. The devs are working on a new image to address this but I am unsure if it will be available anytime soon.
You can try to work around it by using an external keyboard/mouse (which will mean an external monitor is needed as well).
I've downloaded the Remote Exam Bootable Live USB ISO file , and wrote it to a USB drive, but while booting to the Remote Exam Bootable Live USB, I got the error "progress.mod" not found (kindly see attachment).
Appreciate your prompt reply, since i need to schedule the exam asap.
USB was created properly. I've done a change in the UEFI/BIOS Boot Mode, and the issue has been fixed.