Setup with a MacBook Pro as the target machine
Just got the TinyPilot Voyager. I have it connected to a MBP via a USB-C to HDMI cable. I have the data connection to the MBP via the microUSB to USB-A cable that came with the Voyager via a USB-A to USB-C adapter.
I can access the web app but I’m not getting a signal from the display and as far as I can tell, keystrokes aren’t being sent.
Wondering if it has to do with MBP not having a dedicated display output. I don’t know. I'm admittedly a little outside my comfort zone here.
Here are my debug logs:
Any help is appreciated.
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- In reply toblake⬆:Michael Lynch @michael2021-05-19 22:20:57.410Z
Hmm, I haven't tested with a MacBook Pro, but I believe TinyPilot users have done this successfully.
I have it connected to a MBP via a USB-C to HDMI cable
Is the connection MacBook Pro -> USB-C output -> TinyPilot HDMI input?
Have you configured the MacBook Pro to output a display through a USB-C port? Is there a physical display you have available where you could test what happens when you connect the MBP's USB-C to HDMI connector to that?
Are you sure that the MacBook Pro is
What model MacBook Pro?
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