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SSH into Raspberry Pi without knowing IP address

I have a Raspberry Pi connected to Ethernet and with a Mac (though USB cable). I'm trying to SSH in the Pi but I don't know the IP address. I have tried : ifconfig but I have I can't see eth0 lo0:...
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Is there a way to set up a Raspberry Pi without a keyboard, mouse, or SD card reader?

To keep myself entertained during the COVID-19 pandemic, I've bought a Raspberry Pi. I thought that it would be possible to program it from my laptop over SSH using an Ethernet connection, but I've ...
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Connect raspberry pi to pc (ubuntu) with ethernet

I tried to connect raspberry pi (headless because I have no monitor to use) to an Ubuntu PC using ethernet using link-local setting on the network manager, setting the ip of the pi using "cmdline.txt" ...
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How to find out my Raspberry Pi IPv6 address in local area network?

My Raspberry Pi runs ArchLinux and since I enabled IPv6 in our local router config, the pi only fires up an IPv6 connection in LAN. But I have trouble to find out the address. Once I connected a ...
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Connecting to RPi from Linux with the ethernet cable without touching RPi

I have a Raspberry Pi 3 that runs on Raspbian and has SSH enabled. However, I don't have any monitor to connect it to (to set up WiFi connection), so my only chance to communicate with it is a basic ...
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Can I run FreeBSD on my Pi? [duplicate]

There are a number of questions asking about installing/running FreeBSD on the Pi – it looks like there are a lot of problems. Is FreeBSD runnable on the Pi? How can I get started?
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Raspberry PI black screens on reboot after updating

Good Day All, I recently experienced an issue with my Raspberry-Pi 2B that caused it to boot into a black screen after using the following commands: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get ...
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Raspberry Pi is not found on local network

I could connect Raspberry Pi (10.0.1.39), however, I cannot make it found from my Mac (10.0.1.24). I checked that the Firewall is off (by default) on my Mac. smcho@macho ~> ping 10.0.1.39 PING 10....
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Trying to Connect to Raspberry Pi through Ethernet

I'm trying to connect to a Raspberry Pi using the command ssh pi@raspberrypi.local (using Raspbian Stretch Lite) over Ethernet so I can configure Wifi on the Pi. However I keep on running into this ...
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Multiple Raspberry Pi as kiosk

What would be the best way to manage multiple raspberry Pi in kiosk mode? I was thinking on pointing them to a website that has the information they need to display. But I don't know if there's ...
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Make Pi's "identify" themselves to server on local network

My project has a server and several client Pis on a local network. The goal is to have the server sends commands to all active/online client Pis. To facilitate this, my idea is that once a client has ...
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Raspberry pi 3 boot issues

Got a new Raspberry Pi 3 and I'm trying to use it with my Mac. I formatted the SD card and downloaded NOOBS. The green light comes on sometimes but when I add this to terminal: ssh pi@raspberrypi....
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