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I run a full node on my Raspberry Pi at home. I want a desktop wallet that uses this full node. Not interested in using remote-x or xpra or setting up an electrum server.

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There are a few android wallets that can. For desktop i guess you could run a bitcoin-qt in pruning and blockonly mode to make it as lightweight as possible. Make a whitelisted connection to your full node (possibly over Tor if you're not at home).

Maybe the Neutrino medium weight client (no experience though).

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armory or msigna could probably connect to it.

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