You said, in the comments,
After restarting my computer, when trying to login via
ssh again, I was asked the password to unlock the
There's at least part of the answer. Your other tools have no ability to unlock a private key, and no ability to talk to
ssh-agent to have it authenticate on their behalf. You need to remove the password from the private certificate.
The syntax is:
ssh-keygen -p [-P old_passphrase] [-N new_passphrase] [-f keyfile]
And as you pointed out in your comment, the practical application of this is:
ssh-keygen -p -f ~/.ssh/id_dsa
The next part of the problem is that some third-party libraries for Java and .NET will only handle RSA ssh keys - and (in my experience) only up to a certainly key length. DSA and ECDSA are not options.
If you don't have
~/.ssh/id_rsa then you are going to need to create it, and copy the public part to the remote host:
ssh-keygen -t rsa
ssh remoteuser@remotehost 'cat >> .ssh/authorized_keys' < ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
Another part of the problem may be that the private key is in the "wrong" format and needs conversion. From a brief perusal of the documentation for Redis Desktop Manager I don't believe this is the case but it would be worth double-checking. UPDATE: It appears that JSCH - Invalid private key confirms that the key is expected to be in OpenSSH format - which is what it appears you are already using.
ssh root@myserverlogs you in without prompting you for a password. (If it prompts for a password your public/private key is not set up correctly.)
ssh-keygen -p -f ~/.ssh/id_dsathen I restarted the computer and the password is no more prompted. But i can't login in third party yet. Do you have any tip?