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fixing a ledger/tezbox device error problem

I have a Ledger device, Ledger Live and the Tezbox App installed on my Mac. When I originally installed things, everything was working fine. Now things aren't working. When I connect the Ledger to my ...
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Tezos CLI, Ledger Nano, Tezbox and HD Wallet: problem accessing my xtz

I read a part of Ledger nano S documentation (including HD Wallet and BIP39/BIP44 derivation path, and BOLOS system, that you can find at https://ledger.readthedocs.io/en/latest/background/...
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Clearing existing Tezbox Ledger Nano s

Hello I have set up Tezbox and generated kt1 address and have . However just saw a youtube vid that say I need to clear this in order to link my ledger nano s. what exactly does clear mean? and what ...
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Error Signing Operation to make New Origination Account with Ledger (Error: TransportStatusError: Ledger device: UNKNOWN_ERROR (0x917e))

I'm attempting to create a new Origination account for a user with Ledger. I'm using: WebAuthN eztz I am already using the following function to create and sign an operation that the user approves/...
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does using a remote-signer or a ledger really improve security?

TL;DR Using a remote signer or a ledger does a great job at protecting secret keys. But it doesn't protect against the withdrawal of XTZ from accounts. Anyone that gains access to the baker can ...
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How to use both linked ledger and fundraiser wallet with tezbox?

I need to send my XTZ from my fundraiser wallet to a tezbox wallet linked with my ledger nano. I began by the "create tezbox" method which allowed me to access my fundraiser funds and send some XTZ. ...
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Why is registering ledger with the root key not recommended?

I have registered my ledger with the tezos root key. I've seen that this is not recommended. Why it is not recommended and what are the risks of doing that?
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Single ledger to support multiple bakers?

Let’s assume that one single ledger controls several keys associated with corresponding addresses enabled for baking. Is it possible to use this single ledger and a single instance of the signer ...
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Unlock tezbox only with Ledger Nano S [closed]

Can I unlock Tezbox main account only with Ledger Nano S? I can't find 15-word phrase or private key. I have already synchronized the main account with Ledger nano S, and I already delegate my tezos. ...
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My Baker’s Public Key has changed - baking on my node

My ledger had a different public key tz1 address when I was baking with BakeChain. Do I transfer my rolls to the new public key tz1 address now that I am baking with my node?
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Using Ledger with node to bake

I have imported secret key and can see known address. However, this is where the instructions become clear as mud. I used this guide. My node was built from source on MacOs. Any help would be ...
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Using Ledger Nano S to bake/endorse. Guide?

Yesterday, I was able to spin up a node from source using the command line interface on my MacBook Pro. As I am waiting for the node to sync, I am looking for documentation so I can run my baker/...
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How can I migrate my Tezos baking address to Ledger Nano?

I have a running baking server and want to upgrade my signer setup to use a Ledger Nano S. Per default the Nano S creates it's own seed and addresses, but I want to keep the delegators and baking ...
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Nano Ledger and baking

I’m looking to delegate my Tezos for some baking. Considering hardware options, can I use a Nano Ledger X or only a Nano Ledger S.
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How to create a wallet in Ledger Nano S?

Context of this question here. I want to create a wallet (by which I mean a tz1 address) using my Ledger Nano S. All I find online is how to create a wallet using software (e.g. Galleon Wallet) or ...
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Recurring “No Ledger found” error by endorser

I am trying to bake solo on Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS both on notebook and in Windows VMware Workstation. Everything is up to date - Tezos node, Ledger Nano S firmware, Tezos Baking app installed by ...
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Why won't tezos-client find my Ledger Nano S?

I'm setting up a Linux Tezos baking node with Ledger Nano S. The node is running and synced, but list connected ledgers will not show that the Ledger is connected. Both the wallet and baking apps are ...
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Issues resetting the ledger HWM

I'm trying to reset the ledger baking application HWM (high watermark) to prepare it for the reset zeronet. Trying the ledger tz1 addr I get: ./tezos-signer set ledger high watermark for "ledger://&...
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Would it be possible to find a Derivation path for a public TZ1 address

I can not find my original Ledger Derivation Path that i used. I have tried all combinations that are known to be the default values of Tezbox: 44'/1729'/0'/0' 44'/1729' 44'/1729'/0'/1' etc. None ...
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Can I connect a Ledger Nano S to a Tezos baking node and have the Nano S sign blocks and endorsements? [closed]

I've already got a solo baking server running, but I'm not so comfortable with leaving my private keys on the server. Can I connect my Ledger Nano S to the baking server and have the Nano S sign ...
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HD Derivation Path with P-256 signature

Is it possible to use P-256 encryption system on a ledger nano with tezbox? With Obsidian's command line tool, it is possible to use 3 types of signatures (Ed25519, Secp256k1, P-256). What are the ...
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Has anyone got ledger working within docker?

I'm getting a strange error when trying to use a ledger from a docker container. docker run --rm --privileged -v /dev/bus/usb:/dev/bus/usb -it tezos/tezos:zeronet_586d6c57_20190201220447 tezos-client ...
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When updating the Nano Ledger S firmware, do I need to re-authorize my Ledger S?

I'm baking with a Ledger S. I just updated to the latest firmware, but the nano ledger S now says "No key authorized" when previously I was baking with it before the firmware update. How do I re-...
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How can i setup delegation with an HSM (Ledger, Trezor)?

If I am a new user who wants to store my XTZ using a hardware wallet (like Ledger or Trezor T), what are the steps to set myself up with delegating those XTZ ?
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Adding a ledger to tezos-client

In the past version of tezos-client you would run tezos-client show connected ledgers and it displayed 3 commands in order to import a new ledger. For example tezos-client import secret key XXX ledger:...
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How can I sign a message with my Ledger?

I'd like to know if there's a way to sign a message? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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security with solo baker setup

I've seen a lot of people mention tezos setups for baking. The general idea would be to run a handful of FE nodes, likely geographically dispersed, and then having a private node which connects to ...
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Can I use multiple ledgers for baking?

I'm researching setting up a highly available baking infrastructure. Is it possible to use multiple ledgers signing for the same address? My plan is to use a ledger connected to a laptop running a ...
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Decent bakery architecture? [closed]

Currently setting up a bakery and have the following architecture in mind. Four public nodes running on four different datacenters on two different clouds Two nodes running in private mode connected ...
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Should ledger BIP-44 paths have four elements or five?

What is the correct BIP-44 path structure for the Tezos ledger apps? Should it have five path components (as Galleon uses) or four (as tezos-client and Tezbox use)? The BIP-44 spec defines 5 levels ...