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

This thread is dedicated to connect you with Red Hat subject matter experts who can help answer your questions regarding Red Hat remote exams. Please see the following resources for Red Hat Remote Exams below:

For questions on scheduling or redeeming your exams,  please use the Red Hat Certification team comment form here. 

**Our subject matters experts in the Red Hat Learning Community will not be assisting with tasks related to scheduling exams. 

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PetrCihlar
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If you read the pdf manual, page 3, the first system requirement:
"Computer: You will need a computer with a single active monitor. Red Hat supports many Intel-compatible X86_64-bit architecture computers"
Apple M1 CPU has ARM architecture, not x86 as required. So it is obvious it not matching the requirements so it cannot work.

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SujeethPakala
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Macbooks even with Intel seems not supported. I was able to boot up a ubuntu from an external key but not the rhexboot iso

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Hi All,
For the RHCSA exam, can I use a laptop with an additional monitor?

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  • Computer: You will need a computer with a single active monitor. Red Hat supports many Intel compatible X86_64-bit architecture computers.
  • USB: One USB Drive (2.0 or higher) with at least 8 GB capacity.
    NOTE: The entire disk will be overwritten, so make sure you have saved any contents you may have on the disk before following the procedure for creating the live exam environment.
  • USB Hub: One wired USB hub is allowed if a hub is needed to accommodate permitted peripheral devices as described below.
  • Hard Drive: A hard drive with free storage capacity of at least 4 GB (for Live USB creation only).
  • Mouse: A wired mouse is optional but recommended. A wireless mouse is not allowed. A wired mouse is required if you use a laptop in a closed and docked mode as described below.
  • Keyboard: Only one keyboard is allowed for the exam. If you wish to use an external, wired keyboard with your laptop, you will have to use the laptop closed and docked. This will require the use of an external monitor and wired mouse as well. Wireless keyboards are not permitted.
  • Webcam: One external webcam with at least a 1m cable _and_minimum_720p_resolution_.
  • Monitors: Only one physical display will be allowed for the exam.
  • Connecting an external monitor to a laptop: You are only allowed to use one monitor, one keyboard and one external mouse. If you chose to connect an external monitor to your laptop, the laptop lid must be closed throughout the duration of the exam session. You will be required to use a wired keyboard and a wired mouse.
  • Sound and Microphone: A working microphone is required. Verify that the audio and microphone are not set on mute prior to the exam.
  • Operating System: N/A.
  • Firewalls: Firewalls that allow normal web activities will typically work. More restrictive firewalls that limit outgoing access and that require additional authentication may cause problems. Most firewall issues will show up when you run the compatibility test.
  • RAM: Minimum 4GB of RAM are required.
  • Internet Connection Speed: Download speed requirements are 768Kbps and upload speed requirements are 512Kbps.
  • Network Connection: Unless it is physically not possible, a wired network connection should be used, not wireless, to ensure the most reliable delivery of your exam.
  • Laptop Battery: If using a laptop, please ensure that the built-in battery is fully charged just in case there is an interruption of power. Do not rely on the battery as the principal power source.
  • Power: We recommend the use of an uninterrupted power supply (UPS) for your computer, external monitor (if used) and networking equipment to maintain internet connectivity during power outages.
  • All desktop or tower computers used for remote exams must sit either on top of the desk being used or in a place that allows a full 360 degree scan of the computer.
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SujeethPakala
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Hello,

 

Any one gave Redhat exam with Macbook Pro M1 laptop ? I have difficulties booting up from rhexboot.iso image from usb key. 

 

Thanks for answer

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Kartik_Sachdeva
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Hey Team

Just wanted to understand if Macbook M1 editions are compatible with the test as they are Similar to ARM64 architecture instead of intel-compatible X86_64-bit architecture computers. 

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SujeethPakala
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I have tried on Apple MacBook Pro M1 & its not working. 

Kartik_Sachdeva
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Hey Sujeeth
Thank you for the information. 

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Juansebasrodrig
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Hello,

Any news about supporting Apple Silicon Macbooks?

 

Thank you!

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PetrCihlar
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M1/M2 Silicon CPU has ARM architecture. Only x86 is supported

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