So I have the password, also the magic recovery phrase and this definitely used to work perfectly. Have however forgotten the name of my wallet and the CLI is saying:
Monero 'Oxygen Orion' (v0.17.2.0-release) Logging to Downloads/monero-x86_64-linux-gnu-v0.17.2.0/monero-wallet-cli.log Specify wallet file name (e.g., MyWallet). If the wallet doesn't exist, it will be created. Wallet file name (or Ctrl-C to quit):
(In another terminal monerod is running in the background)
Is there a way to find what the name of it was? I know nothing is lost, but it would be less messy to not recreate it.
It does not sound like something which would be as secret or obfuscated as say a password.
Can you give a monero command somewhere to list the wallets on the system, or is it a matter of a linux command to find somewhere in the home directory a file with a certain name?