The output of ssh email@example.com -v reveals you were at no point asked for the password to the remote system. You were however asked for the passphrase for the key and then the key worked:
Enter passphrase for key '/home/jsmith/.ssh/id_rsa':
debug1: Authentication succeeded (publickey).
You apparently specified a non-empty passphrase while creating ...
Yes, there is actually a tool called peekvc for doing this.
# peekvc 1
Linux virtual console contents can be accessed through /dev/vcs# in plain text and /dev/vcsa# with formatting attributes, although neither of those devices provides an easily 'cat'-able format, so you will still need peekvc to decode it.
Note that this only applies to virtual consoles. ...
The only way to let this work is by setting the connection manually into Remmina, so using the RDP for Windows function. Until now the connection doesn't work by downloading the RDP file from the PVWA.
You can set the connection in this way:
Server: PSM address
Username: your AD username which should also have access to CyberArk (through the PVWA web portal ...