rhel_since_3
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Red Hat remote exam on AMD

Hi!

Anyone here had success with AMD processor  ?

In below pdf, Red Hat says many intel ... what about AMD ?

System requirements
-  Computer: You will need a computer with a single active monitor. Red Hat supports
many Intel-compatible X86_64-bit architecture computers.

https://www.redhat.com/rhdc/managed-files/tr-remote-exams-preparation-ebook-f27382-202103-en_2.pdf

When I tried compatibility test on my AMD Laptop, even after 1 hours it just hangs at 100%, same USB stick I tried on intel machine it works! unfortunately intel machine is having some other problem, so I can't use for exams.

Please refer my post for more details.

https://learn.redhat.com/t5/General/Cannot-boot-Red-Hat-Remote-Exam-hanging-at-100/td-p/22738

 

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rhel_since_3
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I have HP Pavilion AMD Ryzen 7 5800H 15.6 inches(39.6cm) FHD Gaming Laptop (16GB/512GB SSD/Windows 11 Home/NVIDIA RTX 3050 Graphics/MS Office/ Shadow Black & Ultra Violet/1.98 Kg), 15-ec2146AX

Unfortunately these are onboard graphics no provision to disable in BIOS.

I tried all available remote exam iso, nothing is working. Nearest exam centre is 700km away from where I am living it's not feasible at present for me.
Exam vouchers expiring this month end.
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RedBat
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@PetrCihlar 

What is the timeline or expected release of the new ISO? This quarter? Next quarter? This year? Next year?

I see this issue goes back at least two years now...

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SimoneNL
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New and old image are both not working for me on my desktop (Ryzen 5800X3D). They get past the 100% screen but then I get a splash screen with Fedora and a spinning circle, the spinning circle eventually disappears and nothing happens after that.

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rhel_since_3
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Any progress on AMD support?
Possible in 2023 : ?
2024 : ?
...
2026: ?
Or impossible ?
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