I've been baking successfully with 97 - 98% reliability on a spare laptop that's connected to a Nano ledger with the tezos baking app. I would like to migrate the node to a cloud server to see if the reliability improves (considering becoming a public baker). I'm assuming I need to import the keys from the ledger then scp them to the vps. I gave that a try, but doing something wrong. I get this error when the baker on the vps is ready to endorse
Aug 28 05:49:45.410 - 013-PtJakart.baker.actions: Error: Aug 28 05:49:45.410 - 013-PtJakart.baker.actions: No matching plugin for key scheme remote
The public keys json has an element named "locator" with the value remote:tz1........ The secret keys json has a value element which similarly has remote:tz1...... On the laptop I had tried the tezos-client import secret key command, pointing to "ledger://ledger name and path" and it "seemed" to work, so I copied the json to the vps. Wrong steps or missing some steps?
Edit: researching further, found out what may be valid schemes for the public and secret key json files at https://github.com/tezos-reward-distributor-organization/tezos-reward-distributor/issues/21 Tried locator scheme of unencrypted, but now get this error
Failed to read a b58check_encoding data (Signature.Secret_key) Don't know if I'll need to re-import the key using something like "./tezos-client import secret key unencrypted:" or ensure the imported key is encryped and run the baker with the encrypted scheme. Will keep digging