MacOS is not finding/discovering my Raspberry Pi Zero as an USB Ethernet Device upon USB connection.
I flashed my Raspberry Pi Zero with the ARMEL firmware, linked on the page re4son-kernel.
After flashing the firmware, I opened the
/boot/ partition, I modified
cmdline.txt and, because
config.txt was not created I created
cmdline.txt I added:
config.txt I added:
dtoverlay=dwc2 to the bottom of the file.
I also, added a file w/o an extension called:
ssh to enable SSH on the device.
I plugged the Micro-USB male header into the port on the Pi0 that gives DATA + PWR and then connected the male USB 2.0 header into the USB port on my Mac. After waiting a few minutes, I didn't see the Pi come up as a USB Ethernet Device.
Please Note: I followed the tutorial, Simple guide for setting up OTG modes on the Raspberry Pi Zero, the fast way! by gbaman, however, instead of flashing Raspbian Jessie onto my Micro-SD card I flashed re4son-kali-linux.
Why doesn't my Mac discover my Pi0?
What am I doing wrong?
Is there specific settings I missed?