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There has been technical issue with login to exam environment . You can try to reboot multiple times and login . Some candidates were able to Login to the exam by rebooting repeatedly.
Try to clap your hands during the compatibility test. It may help in those situations. Increase the sensitivity of the mic in the sound settings by moving the slider to the right, but not fully. If none of this help, change the mic input to something else
hi, after over 5 hours of trying, i finally have a working USB stick drive that autoboots.
however, now, i'm the the setup and i see no ability to setup ethernet or any URL to connect-to at Redhat. All I see is a choice to setup a 'proxy' but i do not use a proxy on my home PC.
how is this network stuff set up ?
I'm Sudip. I have only two usb ports in my laptop. I used external webcam for one port and mouse for another port.
So after usb boot, can I remove the usb so that I can use mouse in that port ???
No. You'd better look into getting/borrowing a USB hub.
EDIT, correction: The manual for the exam environment tells you on page 23 that you can in fact remove the USB drive. -> https://www.redhat.com/rhdc/managed-files/tr-remote-exams-preparation-ebook-f27382-202103-en_2.pdf
Hello, I have a laptop for the exam but exam iso doesn't see microphone and speaker. I also have my personal laptop but it's keyboard doesn't work and I don't have a monitor since using external keyboard requires secondary display device. So I decided to go with laptop 1. But i need exam supported external microphone and speaker. Do you know any exam iso compatible devices that i can buy?
Anything webcam that is marked as having Linux work will work (Ideally, you would have a webcam that auto-focus). Personally, I have good success with Logitech webcams.