I have not come across this error with the remote exam USB but going through the Linux/fedora forums, it appears this occurs on certain Asus motherboards and custom hard drive setups.
Unfortunately, we will not be able to help you troubleshoot/fix this and I would suggest creating a fresh USB and test it on another device.
I have a exam this friday, it downloaded a new version of the iso, booted it, but the comp check says my internet connection is not fast enough. (i need 4g or 1M connection it says), everything else is green, could it be the wifi check?
Which i kind of strange, because i have my laptop wired and a FTTH 100/100MB connection which is more then fast enough.
i had a chat with support, the servers are to busy to i could ignore the issue
Hello @rmokkink ,
I'm glad you got your answer from one of the support staff.
It appears the compatibility test has been tweaked and the speed requirements have been made tougher than they should have been. As long as you have decent connection speeds, please ignore this error for now and we will soon have this false error fixed.
Is network cable connection really mandatory?
I mean nowadays wifi is pretty stable, never had a problems with it since mid 2000s. Plus I can use my phone usb modem as fallback in case of any trouble (wich most likely won't be).
On the other hand I'm having additional problems connecting cable to my laptop because I need an adapter and I don't have cable on premise and even if I find all of this I'm not sure this solution will be stable.