Just downloaded the ISO indicated in the Prep Guide https://static.redhat.com/downloads/training-certification/rhrexboot.iso and boots fine in my system. I setup keyboard, microphone and Timezone, then when I login (this obviously requires to be connected to the internet) and do the compatibility test I got the following failed tests: "TypeError: NetworkError when attempting to fetch resource." This is for the "You must be able to connect to the remote exam desktop", "A 1Mbps download connection to the remote system is required" and "A 1Mbps upload connection to the remote system is required"
I have a 200Mbps symetric fiber internet connection
My exam is tomorrow, what am I doing wrong? Are your endpoints working? Thanks.
Tomorrow I have my exam and I am getting errors in the network compatibility test, although I have great internet connectivity with a minimum of 50 Mbps speed.
Hi, I need help,
I am having a trouble creating bootable USB drive by using ISO provided. I am using instructions from document provided. But while booting from USB it gives me error -
My exam date is approching and I'm trying to validate all details.
I still have a few questions, if you could help me.
1) Can I choose the Exam language ? I
2) I would like to know if I can use a splitted keyboard during the Exam?
thanks in advance
What do I do if the USB Image does not work correctly on any device I own or USB stick? It goes to 100% loading into memory and from there on, nothing for like 30 mins. I do not receive any answers on chat. Probably this not a standard question with a button for this answer.
These are my tries:
Ryzen 3900X/x570 board -> tower
Lenovo B590 -> Ivy Bridge era laptop
AMD A320/Athlon 200GE Tower
- USB3 Kingston
- USB3 Adata
- USB3 Sandisk
Burned with Fedora tool (the tool never worked for me in the last 10 years of installing Fedora).
Tried with Rufus and DD on Linux.
Tried both the new and old image. It usually gets to 100% loading into memory and then it locks up. Drivers for USB keyboard/mouse just die and it doesn't even dump you into rescue mode or at least kernel panic. It does nothing.
on the 3900X machine it got after like 40 mins to dracut-timeout.
I also went through 3 different computers and 3 different drives to get mine to boot. I ended up having to use my surface pro which has no ethernet port and 1 USB port. Support told me it is a driver issue and the image only works on certain models of systems.