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

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bball
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Really wish I could get an answer to my issue before my test in the morning. When I boot to the live USB, all i get is an option to 'Try Fedora' and an option to 'Install to Hard Drive' neither one gets me to any live environment. Please help. 

Gineesh
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Which Fedora ISO are you referring to?

The Exam Fedora ISO will not ask you to choose like that.


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how to arrange iso image for KVM virtual machine in live usb 

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cmattern
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Hi Rashid,

I'm not sure, but it sounds like you are hoping to run the text image in a VM. If so this will probably not be useful to you. Getting it to boot successfully in a VM will only show that it boots there, not that it will boot on your hardware. You cannot take the exam using the test image in a VM, only on bare metal.

Doe this help?

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bball
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I think its safe to ask this question. On the test main page, is there a requirement to check the boxes for 'Done', 'Revisit', or even boxes inside the question prompts? It seems to me this is just for our own benefit. I left quite a few checked to revisit and now I'm thinking they weren't graded?

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Felix_N
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I'm positive that those progress markers are for your information only. Grading will be done solely based on what you've created on your test systems.

The e-mail with your test results contains a link to contact Red Hat to query them about your results. I've found this very helpful, even though you won't get all the details because of the certification NDA.

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bball
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What type of info can I get from the query? Also, I feel as though I did not receive partial scoring for some partially answered questions. Any truth to this being the case?

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Mostafa1
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Impossible.
This checkbox as you thought for only ease of use to review uncompleted
tasks and does not affect grading at all.
This is mentioned as a note in exam introductory information.
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bball
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Got a new question. This was not on my test, but rather in practice labs. Set account expiry date for 90 days from now. Seems to me you can use 'usermod -e date', but Red Hat labs indicate the use of 'chage -E date' instead. Both methods set the 'account expires' in chage -l to the requested date. My question: If I use usermod, but Red Hat wants chage, do I get the question wrong?

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Fran_Garcia
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Exams only care about the outcome, and are assessed automatically. Whether you use usermod, chage or edit stuff manually in  /etc/shadow, /etc/password it should not matter as long as the modification is done successfully.

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