Chrome OS, Google Cloud Print, Chrome Remote Desktop and a (headless) Mac Mini

Set up Chrome as a Cloud Print proxy for your ‘classic’ printers at: chrome://devices

Chrome Remote Desktop Host

Follow these instructions to set up your Mac as a Chrome Remote Desktop host.

Run Chrome GCP Proxy on boot

Create an ‘Application’ using Automator that can run at login and reliable start the Chrome GCP proxy

Disable Mac Keyboard/Mouse prompts on boot

Disable those ‘connect keyboard/mouse’ prompts when your headless Mac boots

Fixing printer defaults via CUPS

Change your Google Cloud Print classic printer defaults (page size, default tray, etc)

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Ryan D

Ryan D

#DevOps, #Security, Go (#golang), #Linux, #Docker, #Kubernetes. Senior Engineering Manager @Xero. Previously: DevTools EM @Cloudflare. Opinions are my own.

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