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Has any one managed to kernel debug a driver on a Macbook Pro? The 2019 Macbook Pro has 4 thunderbolt ports and nothing else. kdnet does not show a valid NIC. There are no Ethernet ports on it.
I'm not able to find a A-A crossover USB 3.0 compliant cable (like DataPro) online (in India). I'm not even sure the cable will work with a USB-C -> USB-A female adapter in the middle. I have tried connecting a regular USB-C to USB-C cable and a USB-C to USB-A 3.0 cable to my desktop, but failed to make a connection. I could not create a Virtual USB-EEM Ethernet Network Connection to try and work with kdnet.
So, once again, has any one managed to get this to work?
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