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You should NOT put the ISO file on the USB.
You need to use the ISO file as input to do a byte-by-byte write to the USB drive, for example using dd (on Linux or MacOS) or Rufus (on Windows).
The ISO is not a file which you should put on the USB drive. The ISO file is the USB drive. ... so to speak.
I just tested the exam ISO and it fails to reach graphical.target ; I use this same machine for rawhide/mainline kernel development and testing and assume it's likely something to do with amdgpu in the remote cert environment being too old. Where do I raise a ticket - this forum seems to be the only link readily findable. It should be up front in the exam prep/environment check distribution mail.
Red Hat has to cope with a few security concerns and challenges to protect its intellectual property and exam consistency. Creating a system bootable on the entire ever-expanding group of hardware is a difficult task, especially meeting the above-mentioned security and other criteria.
Where do I raise a ticket -The customer feedback form or link to raise service ticket is readily available from your exam confirmation email .
To open a support ticket please follow the link below:
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Getting issues on rhrextboot.iso RHRE v20220719.F46ea0c7.
I have an HP Pavilion - AMD - Nvidia
For some reason the system is not booting. Goes until 100% and stop.
Many people are reporting issues with the RHREXBOOT.ISO.
Some are reporting success in trying an older version of the ISO, like here -> https://learn.redhat.com/t5/General/Cannot-Boot-Remote-Exam-Live-ISO-USB-for-Remote-Exam-Boot/td-p/1...
Others simply run into the problem that their chosen hardware is not compatible with the OS and software on the ISO. You will then need to try another computer.
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