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My notebook has three USB ports. I would like to know if during the exam I can use the following format? 1 USB - webcam 1 USB - wired mouse 1 USB - bootable image
And keyboard built into the notebook
Hi @Auria ,
Yes, That appears to be the most feasible option for your device.
Please run the compatibility test to check the functionality of the webcam, mouse, and keyboard before attempting the exam.
Yes, you can use this format.
If you are planning to use an external monitor however, the equation will change. You will need to close the laptop lid and use a wired external keyboard too. This will necessitate 4 USB ports. A USB hub can be used to connect your keyboard and mouse, while the bootable image and webcam can be plugged directly in to the other two ports.
Hope this clarifies.
in the exam environment - what would be the best way to copy paste between windows and for opening new terminals....? Ctrl + Shift + T ?
i have problems booting from the usb drive. I am able to boot from stick, choose "Start Red Hat Remote Exams", but afterwards it get stuck and just pixel failures are shown.
In basic graphics mode ("nomodeset") i get a black screen and with STRG-ALT-F6 i get a prompt.
Anyone have an idea?
I haven't seen this pixelated screen while testing. Do you get the same screen every time the live USB is booted?
We may have to investigate further to determine the cause if that is the case. Please raise a ticket here with your hardware details.
Could you also try booting the RE image on a different device and let me know how it goes.
i have checked another device (laptop) and it is running fine.
I will raise a ticket with hardware details, thank you!
Dear Chris. Some laptops have two graphics card. A discrete and integrated. The more powerful discrete card is mostly engaged when the computer runs on power cable while the integrated one is engaged when running on battery. Sometimes, you can enforce either of them in BIOS. It seems your issue is related to the grahics card. In case your laptop has both of them, you can consider changing the bios to the other one, if possible in your particular hardware.
Hi, Thanks for open this space.
My question is about the possible scenarios where the exam is considered a fault or potentially considered suspended.
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