I am using my Rockpi S connected to Windows 10 as Midi to SACN convertor which need the ethernet cable for network and usb-c for power. (I don’t use wifi cause lag.)
Is it possible to use usb-c for network and power at once?
Please refer here https://wiki.radxa.com/RockpiS/dev/usbnet
In my case, the host is Windows 10 not linux…
That’s why I ask whether it is possible.
The host system does not matter.
Thank you, I try it now.
Ok, I think I’m close.
I installed debian in my Rockpi S and followed the instruction.
And I succeeded to install RNDIS Gadget driver in my Windows 10.
But when I commit “ifconfig usb0 126.96.36.199 netmask 255.255.255.0” in my Rockpi S, it’s just freezed.
Maybe I should make “usb0 enabled”. But I don’t know what it mean.
Any advice appreciated.
Ok, it’s my fault. Now, it’s done.
Wow!! Now, my Midi to Sacn convertor works with Debian too!!
Just with only one cable!!
Thank you all!!
And great Rockip S!!!