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i am egyptian but i work at libya , can i talk rhcsa exam remotly
it should be ok, so you can
when i try to puchase exam i didnot find libya in location
Have You had the same that when You are booting remote exam image without dock, it means external keyboard monitor mouse and camear then wifi is visible during exam setup but once added I do not see this option and only wired.... this is preventing for taking exam. Any advices please? Thanks in advnace Team!
Some internal devices got disconnected after you connected a docking station? Asking if others experienced the same?
Not having enough information, I try to share my opinion.
I assume you reffer to using an external docking statin. The dock usually combines many input/output ports so requires big transfer speeds. Since several years, laptops do not have dock specialised port usualy located at the bottom. They use USB 3 or more often Thunderbolt protocol running in USB-C - like socket.
The reason some devices do not work over or whwn connection the external thunderbolt dock is that Fedora is not properly compatible with the thunderbolt protocol and supplies the dock with only USB speed. Therefore, come connected devices cannot work.
I would not use the external dock, I would use individual USB adapters and connect Network using this. Also, Display port to connect the external monitor is better than HDMI. But it depends on the wiring. Simply, connect those all devices you have directly to the USB of the laptop, use USB hub and avoid any Thunderbolt conversion your external dock is probably using.
I have windows 11 and am able to create a bootable FD for Exam. After disabling the Secure Boot in the BIOS setting, I am able to boot the machine from FD but after loading the image 100% it is getting stuck and not going beyond that.
DESKTOP-LIPNUV7 Flex 7 14IAU7 1
2th Gen Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-1255U 1.70 GHz
RAM: 16.0 GB
64-bit OS, x64-based processor
Window 11 Home Edition Version 21H2
OS build 2200.593
Seria Number PW03WHSA
congrats to your great 10 cores CPU. It was released in Q1 of 2022, so it is rather new. Maybe this is the reason you are unable to boot the Exam system. I guess it would be supported in some future RH RE ISO releases. Please try an older, more likely compatible computer.
I've just downloaded rhrexboot.iso and burned on an USB drive , but when re-inserted it asks for a password...
Also, documentation shows the ISo file should have an MD5 checksum of 0dd72ac558fc1afbf0c0e1fa4b366f10 while my one has 478157b7675223468d83253a241a1fd5.
Any idea why ? Thank you
The checksum is 478157b7675223468d83253a241a1fd5. The documentation needs to be updated. The password would be for the USB drive and not for the ISO. Could you help us with the screenshot of the prompt
It is a brand new usb key, used only for this dd, It was accessible before the dd operation.
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