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ematavo
Flight Engineer
Flight Engineer
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Remote exam on mac

Hi all, has someone experienced remote exam using a Mac? Can you share difficulties you encounter. All my connection tests were OK. Here are some observations using a Macbook Pro later 2013.

- I needed a ethernet cable,  an external mouse/trackpad, 1 usb hub for webcam and mouse. 

 

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PetrCihlar
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Mac with M1 and M2 CPUs are not supported. Even if you manege to boot, you will have issues with integrated devices, with the chipset.

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Emeka
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Mission Specialist
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@PetrCihlar I have a mac with M1 chip and I was wondering if anything has changed since your last post?

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Fran_Garcia
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Hi Emeka,

Not a lot of change, unfortunately. Support of M1/M2 has not reached upstream Linux kernel, not to mention general-usage distributions like Fedora. There is work being done to support M1/M2 chips in distributions like Asahi Linux but I wouldn't be surprised if it takes a few more years to reach to Fedora (if ever).

Cheers

Fran

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