Deanna
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Questions about getting ready for your Red Hat remote exam?

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Dadaniao
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Hi, I will be using my desktop with 1 cable-connected keyboard, 1 cable-connected mouse, and 1 cable-connected webcam.  Is it enough or I need a second webcam?

Thanks!

Gineesh
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Hi,
It is a requirement to keep the exam without any foul play.

You don't need a 2nd webcam. The requirement is to have an external camera
to enable the proctor to observe you and the workstation together. Since
many are using laptops now, it is mentioned as an external camera I believe
as an integrated webcam cannot be used for monitoring a bigger area.


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PatrykBe777
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Dear Team,

I am planning to take an exam using desktop with external device and I know that one camera can be allowed. Not two like in case of laptop with external one + internal. Please let me know if I could laverage brio Logitech 4k that has 90 degree view and need USB 3 (I do have such port) bearing in mind that OS will be in memory mentioned one will be fit? Thank You very much in advance. Still one external camera when using desktop is allowed I assume. The idea is to buy the one that has 90 degree to ensure all will be fine during the remote exam.

 

Regards,

Patryk

lachim
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May I use browser bookmarks for the allowed documentation pages?

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Walid
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It's a closed exam environment, your exam machines will be disconnected from the internet. All you need should be within your local exam environments, man pages, /usr/share/doc, and most likely, you will have links to pdf or HTML files for product docs. You need to be efficient and know where the information is and how to search for them effectively.

~ Walid - Red Hat Accelerator, DevOps Janitor
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Gineesh
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It will be a closed exam environment and the exam will be happening in a
Live OS booted from your USB boot !
That means any of your system files or data will not be available inside
the exam environment. Learn how to find help from man pages and available
documentations (inside exam environment if any)
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awafai
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Is there any problem if the operating system of the computer is Windows 11?

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Rilindo
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It doesn't matter, because you will be booting into a Linux environment using the Red Hat exam environment. The exam environment will leave your Windows 11 alone and you will be able to get back to it when you are done with the exam.

Bart-Barton
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Could someone recommend additional set or real life scenario excercises that I could use to practice additinoally to what RedHat offers in the DO180 course?

I mean - if it is possible to get a deployment of podman on Centos in a cloud like Azure, where I could go practice real-life scenarios in some sort of a VM 

 

Thanks,

Bart

MarkosS
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I used wsl2 (Linux in Windows) and podman.

For openshift you can try CodeReady Containers

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