Connect using private key
After downloading Termius, I added a private key in settings. But when connecting to a host, Termius asks for a password. When I don't type a password, the connection fails.
How do I get Termius to use the provided private key?
Christian Beltoft-Andersen commented
Same here. Completely useless. I tried setting up root and user password from Terminal but I can't get connect throught Termius
Same here!! I paid for this app and this used to work but no longer. Frustrating because I can’t connect to ec2 and that was the reason I bought it
it did work in the meantime, but since a few weeks (perhaps latest update) it is again not possible to use a private key file WITHOUT password to login on server. Because the server only allows key-auth and password-only is disabled, I cannot use the Termius iOS app. putty on windows works as expected.
Trevor Ray commented
Getting the same issue on multiple hosts. Public key authentication is completely set up, and configured to work. But Termius just won't use the provided private SSH key in the keychain. It then demands password login.
Something to do with not being able to write a public key?
Error is as follows, on each host I try:
Unable to write public key file.
same issue still :(
William D. Vasu commented
Luca Chamecki Granato commented
Same here, what are we missing?
I have the same problem. Setting up a private key and trying to connect generates a password dialog box.