Android app refuses to connect when using a public key on the server
Hello, Termius app is Awesome!! It works fine for me on iOS and Windows 10, but the Android one gives me errors on Unix and Linux servers I have accounts to, using the same settings that work on iOS and Windows 10. when those servers require a user's public key to be previously submitted and stored in DOT SSH (.ssh) folder on the server.
Michael G. Workman commented
Ok the problem here, was that I copy and pasted the key into a file on my NetBSD shell account I have with sdf.org, and then sftp into my http://tilde.instittute OpenBSD shell, this appears to have added newlines "\n" to the end of each line in the file, so this corrupted both the private key and also the public key, I also chose the "paste" option in Termius, so the newlines were carried over into Termius this way, the solution I used was to upload my PuTTY key file to my OneDrive, and then "import" into Termius on my Android device using the Import option in the keychain section, worked perfectly afterwards!! Termius is a fantastic app!!