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Ryzen CPU, NVIDIA RTX > incompatible
Are you sure this HW complies with Fedora 33 the Remote Exam live USB is based on?
Does this older Fedora version include drivers (modules) for your newer CPU, Chipset and GPU? I doubt.
Hi ,For remote RHCSA exam, after installation fedora media writer, when I select hard disk usb drive it shows secure boot violation. Thats why I could not finish the process.
You can try this old iso if you have secure boot enabled in your system.
You can contact RE readiness support chat at : https://red.ht/remote-exam-chat
I ran into the same issue myself.
The bootable image does not support secure boot and, for the test, you would need to disable that in the BIOS then you can re-enable it afterward. There shold be a boot screen of some type which will prompt you with a key to press to get into your BIOS, if that is not showing up I'd reccommend searching on the vendor type of the laptop for the key press combination, it is PC vendor and not CPU vendor specific.
I hope this is helpful.
I have a question regarding my room set-up during the remote exam. I have a few large bookshelves with many books etc, at the opposite side of my desk (so facing my back). Will I have to remove the contents of these bookshelves for the exam? This could take me a couple of hours easily so I'm kind of hoping it's not necessary.
Thank you in advance!
just cover it with a blanket. It should be ok I believe.
I bought new laptop. It is powered by Core i7 and new wifi card. But there is no LAN Port. I have checked with RHEL8.4 ISO (Exam) (Fedora 33, I guess), the network card is not detected. But I have checked with TP Link USB Wifi card, It is working. Can I use USB Wifi card for the exam ? Please confirm here
You can use wireless to write the exams.You
yes, a simple USB to WIFI adapter is allowed
Consider using USB to Ethernet adapter for a more reliable connection
If we are going that far, I would recommend a USB docking station while we are at it.
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