I am completely new to the Raspberry Pi - I was bequeathed a 4yo RPi 3 and am trying to setup Kali. I have temporary access to a TV I can plug it into but will soon be leaving to go back home where I do not have TV access and will need to run the Pi Headlessly through my MacBook Pro.
My Mac OS is Mojave 10.14.5 because I'm one of those idiots that upgraded.
Background: I have already downloaded the newest Kali ARM image from here which is version 2019.2 and flashed it to an SD card using the
dd commands you see in a lot of tutorials. I was able to hook the Pi up to my TV and it boots fine. I followed the instructions here to setup SSH and get an 'active" status when I run
sudo service ssh status as desired.
I currently have Internet Sharing turned off although I have tried this with internet sharing turned on and ultimately WOULD like my MacBook Wifi to be shared with the Pi over their connect. Regardless, with Internet Sharing off my network connection looks as below. The ethernet Configure IPv4 setting is set to "Using DHCP" and it says it has a self-assigned IP address and will not be able to connect to the Internet. I believe the IP address assigned to it is a link-local address and this should NOT be a problem for SSHing.
However, when I try to SSH into the Pi with the following command (I have not changed the default username (root) or password (toor)) using the listed IP address:
ssh firstname.lastname@example.org I get the following output where it first looks like it asks me for a system password and then the Pi's password. I have tried inputting my system password and 'toor' for both but have only ever gotten the given output.
Things I have tried: Like previously mentioned I have tried turning Internet Sharing both on and off. I have tried setting a manual/static IP address in the network options. I have tried setting the static IP address to
192.168.1.11 when the "wifi" IP address is
192.168.1.10. The latter option makes the status of the ethernet change to "Connected" but I still get the same results when trying to SSH.
I'm really struggling because like I said, my Pi is right out the (4yo) box and I know nothing about networking and at this point I have spent a day and a half on this and I don't know what to do. Can someone point me in the right direction?