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you need to select rhexboot.iso . work laptops might have restrictions and hence there is an error. you can always reach to remote exam readiness support for quick assistance.
hello Good after noon
can you give me some explanation about the exam for example
1. where can I get the root password for node 1
2. what is the step to open the first question
3. English is not my first language and it my language is not an option even though I can read and understand so would you use figurative or screenshots to explain how to open node1 and node 2
Hello, I'm Benyamin, from Indonesia
I have problem with the live exam boot iso, the wayland/xorg seems not working on normal desktop PC that use Intel pentium G 3240 with iGPU, for unknown reason (I can't debug it, because the OS is locked, as it's for the exam purpose, I know).
I just want to let know, that it's not working. I do have another PC/Laptop for remote exam, and it show the XORG/Wayland...
Maybe in the future, the team can support the Pentium G series.
I am wondering how can i rebind vim "ctrl-w" to alternate multiple panes. i ve lost a lot of time due to the fact i couldnt use multiple panes during the exam, since "ctrl-w" doesn't work.
I am not a vim expert, so i wondering how to do it,, without screwing with the other shortcut.
As an avid ^W user (for closing browser tabs) I don't think there's an easy way to avoid this in the exam environment.
For editing files, I've trained myself to use a graphical editor (like gedit) as a kind of clipboard, and use Ctrl+Shift+C to copy, Ctrl+Shift+V to paste. That works well for gedit, the terminal/vim/others and anything that needs to be copied verbatim from the exam (if anything).
I would like to confirm , if uplod and download speed of around 60 Mbps is sufficient enough when I connect via LAN to the router.
In my opinion, the minimal requiremens for good exam experience are:
Upload 10Mbps or more
Download 10Mbps or more
Latency 20ms or less
Jitter 20ms or less
My exam is scheduled for day after tomorrow.
The FAQ says, "Choose a quiet, private location where you will not be disturbed for the duration of the exam. Your desk should be clear of everything except your exam hardware. Unplug and turn off any additional monitors, displays, computers, or other hardware in your workspace. Remove any pictures, whiteboards, or items on the wall with writing on them. The proctor will inspect your workspace prior to the start of the exam and you will be asked to remove any items that do not pass the room scan. "
The room I would like to use is mostly empty with the exception of a wall of board games. Emptying the shelves and putting them back later would be a chore. The other walls in the room are empty and I can face away from the shelves. Will the games be an issue?
Picture of shelves is here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/i8Y9CmMDUkRU6ceP7