It's currently appearing as interface enp0s20u1 with a MAC address of 66:e0:93:30:33:73, and I'm currently remotely logged on via ssh into Raspbian Lite. This is good.
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Bus 003 Device 019: ID 0525:a4a2 Netchip Technology, Inc. Linux-USB Ethernet/RNDIS Gadget
What's not so good, though, is that the MAC address and interface on the Linux box seem to be completely random on startup: it was enp0s20u2u2 before, with the MAC set to 8a:94:1c:a1:f5:a2. Needless to say, this makes having a stable IP address to log in to rather difficult
Is there a way to have the Raspberry Pi Zero produce a consistent MAC address? Failing that, any suggestions for udev rules for the connected Linux box to identify the same Zero on the same MAC?