Hi, I have seen a similar topic to what I’m asking here but no clear answer. This is a multipart enquiry. I would be grateful if questions can be answered with details please (if possible).
I have built a Cardano v1.27.0 node on Ubuntu 20.04 that is started using cardano-cli and have created an address following the examples here: Exploring Cardano wallets | Cardano Developer Portal
I am now attempting to install the Daedalus wallet. I have attempted to import the address created using the secret key but the key doesn’t show in the Daedalus explorer for some reason.
My questions are:
Is the secret key generated by cardano-cli supported by the Daedalus wallet? If so, why isn’t it listed in the Daedalus explorer when attempting to import? Is there something I’m doing wrong here?
Can I get the Daedalus wallet to read the block data already synced by the cardano-cli node that has been running for a few days now, or does Daedalus always need it’s own copy of block data? Does running Daedalus on a node mean that block data is duplicated? One copy for cardano-cli and one copy for Daedalus?
I’m happy to read any info I should have read but I can’t seem to find a definitive information source on running a Daedalus wallet on a node that is started using the cardano-cli command as detailed here: GitHub - input-output-hk/cardano-node: The core component that is used to participate in a Cardano decentralised blockchain.
Any help appreciated.