Do they deliver the Remote Exam on weekends, and regardless, can it be done after midnight EST .
My country is well known for its internet and power outages during the day, so, with Pearson I take them after midnight (on weekdays though)
Hi, I'm trying to boot the ISO from my mac but I'm getting and error "ERROR 36: REBUILD USB DRIVE".
I'm using Macbook Pro 2013 (I've also tried on Macbook Pro 2020) with Big Sure.
Is there any other ISO i could try?
You can use BalenaEtcher to create the LiveUSB from the rhrexboot.iso provided by the "Getting ready for your Red Hat remote exam" PDF
it worked like a charm for the compatibility tests.
By the way, I used an Asus Laptop instead, had issues with MacBook Pro 2017 Audio/Mic drivers.
Ok, but did you use the latest ISO in the "Getting ready for your Red Hat remote exam" PDF ?
Just tried it on both my Mac and Asus and worked again.
Of corse, I've used the one at this link https://static.redhat.com/downloads/training-certification/rhrexboot.iso (on the Getting ready PDF).
I've also used al old version of the ISO (https://static.redhat.com/downloads/training-certification/rhrexboot-2020-11.iso) without success.
I'm going to try on another Mac.
Hello everyone -
I just scheduled the remote RHCSA exam. Reading the confirmation email, I notice though that we are not allowed to use a wireless connection during the exam. I do not have a wired connection at home. I use my mobile phone as a hotspot and the mobile network connection is reliable and fast (I've been using it to work from home since the beginning of the pandemic without any issues). This mobile network succcessfully passed the Compatibility Test.
This is what the email says:
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.
Did I get it right? Can you kindly confirm?
I have an employee Lenovo P1 laptop running the RHEL CSB. The cameras and all microphones work fine, built in and external.
When booting from the ISO (old or one linked in email), none of the microphones work (I'm in settings adjusting the gain, etc.). There is a key on the keyboard to disable the microphone, however it's not lit up and does nothing when booted from the ISO.
I checked the bios to see if there was anything there that might cause the microphones to be turned off and didn't find anything. I tried various mechanisms to get the microphones to work like pressing the MIC key on the keyboard etc.
I tried another laptop I have and the microphones did work, but the NIC did not (which I expected as the NIC is not well supported in Linux.) I have to try a couple of other laptops, however, since my work laptop doesn't seem to work, I figured others might have the same issue, or there may be a work around, thus I bring it to your attention.