Manage your device with ledgerctl
pip3 install --upgrade protobuf setuptools ecdsa pip3 install ledgerwallet
git clone https://github.com/LedgerHQ/ledgerctl.git pip3 install --upgrade protobuf setuptools ecdsa cd ledgerctl pip install -e .
Optionally, install a custom certificate authority (this will help to establish a custom secure channel between the computer and the device, and identifies ledgerctl as a "trusted manager" on the device):
- a. To install a custom CA, boot the device in "Recovery" mode by pressing the right button at boot time.
- b. Then run
ledgerctl install-ca <NAME>where
<NAME>is the name that will be displayed on the device to identify the CA. It can be any label, like "ledgerctl", "Dev", or "CA".
The Ledger device will display to you a public key. Allow the “unsafe manager” on the device by pressing at the time the right and left buttons.
You’re now ready to use ledgerctl to manage your Nano.
To display the list of the application installed on your device:
To display the available space on the device:
To delete an app (for example “Bitcoin Legacy”):
ledgerctl delete "Bitcoin Legacy"