Please let me know if I have this topic in the wrong category.
I am in the process of setting up Bitcoin Core, Electrum Personal Server (EPS), and Electrum Desktop Wallet on a Raspberry Pi with the goal of privately connecting my wallets to Bitcoin Core via EPS. The configuration for EPS requires me to add my public keys.
I have a new Trezor Model T. After setting it up with firmware 2.5.3 (type Universal), I created a standard wallet, using defaults (so nothing unusual as far as I know). I then copied the zpub public address from the Suite via Accounts > Bitcoin > Account > Public Key (XPUB) > Show Public Key.
When I use that key in the EPS config, EPS fails to start up, complaining that “this type of wallet does not support this command”. Google wasn’t all that helpful, unfortunately. The closest thing I could find was from May, where someone was trying to use a Bitcoin Core public key in their EPS config. The stated cause in that case was because Bitcoin Core creates “descriptor” wallets by default, but EPS requires “legacy” wallets. Unfortunately, I’m still pretty new to this tech, so I couldn’t relate that discussion to any settings in Trezor suite for my wallet there.
This is maybe more a question for the EPS folks, but I figured it is possible that someone here has experience and knows of a setting that I can try in the Trezor suite’s wallet settings or something.