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Raspberry Pi Console over USB: Configuring an Ethernet Gadget (Shallow Thoughts)
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You get proper Mbps ethernet and two USB ports to connect the mouse and a keyboard or other peripherals. The original microusb port on Raspberry PI Zero cannot be used any more! Provided with four screws and four made-to-measure standoffs. Mechanical installation done in 2 minutes. No changes in software installation necessary - the board uses USB drivers which are the same ones which are used on Raspberry PI 2 with ethernet port. For experienced users - 5V rail is borken out so you can easily use external power source instead of using microusb power supply. This rail is not protected in any way so make sure you use stable 5V source and wire it the correct way around!
Posted by Circuit Basics Raspberry Pi This tutorial is based in Windows. Bonjour allows your computer to automatically recognize USB and ethernet devices like printers, scanners, and in this case the Raspberry Pi. Bonjour is packaged with iTunes and Adobe CS software, so it might already be installed on your computer. Scroll across the line and find the command rootwait. Select that, then click Next:. WiFi or Ethernet.
With a Pi model B, you can use an ethernet cable. But that doesn't work with a Pi Zero, at least not without an adapter. The lowest common denominator is a serial cable, and I always recommend that people working with headless Pis get one of these; but there are a lot of things that are difficult or impossible over a serial cable, like file transfer, X forwarding, and running any sort of browser or other network-aware application on the Pi. It requires a bit of setup, but it's definitely worth it. This apparently only works with Zero and Zero W, not with a Pi 3.
Raspberry Pi Zero USB/Ethernet Gadget Tutorial
Raspberry Pi Zero Internet connection through USB
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