I have a Raspberry Pi 1 Model A, as well as a MacBook Pro (running Sierra 10.12.6), and would like to:
- Use a USB cable (from Mac -> RPi) to provide my RPi with power/voltage; and; and
- SSH into my RPi so I can do anything I'd normally do on a Linux machine: check what programs are running, check service health, check log files, etc.
I'm wondering what type of hardware setup I'd need to make this a reality.
Can I SSH into my RPi just via the USB cable? Or do I need to setup wifi on my RPi (is that even an option for the model I have?!) and SSH in wirelessly? I have to assume my model of RPi (even though its old) has some type of networking interface? Otherwise, how would one ever interact with it while its running?!
Thanks in advance!