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This means that the ssh daemons on your Ubuntu instances don't allow password-based login. You need to copy the appropriate private key to the instance where you run ssh.

This means that the ssh daemons on your Ubuntu instances don't allow are not configured for password-based login. You need Which is the norm for cloud servers.

Usually, when you start an instance, you provide a keypair, and when you ssh to copy the appropriate instance, you use the private key of that pair. Copy the private key to the instance where you run ssh. the ssh client, and use it when connecting to the second instance.

Another possibility is changing the ssh daemon config to allow password-based logins.