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So is ddisk-net an actual identity or user on 192.168.0.4? I see that you created the directory structure in /home, I'm also assuming you copied the pub key over to this host when you created it on 192.168.0.2, but it has to be an actual user. More details get better responses.
In your debug, you have: Administrator@windstory-PC ~/.ssh
$ ssh -vvv ddisk-net_vb
This thread helped me out. My resolution was slightly different. I was getting:
debug1: Trying private key: rufirstpk.ssh
debug3: no such identity: rufirstpk.ssh
debug2: we did not send a packet, disable method
debug1: No more authentication methods to try.
trickykid's question of whether the ID existed on the server made me question the filename, because 'rufirstpk' is not an identity or a user on the machine I'm trying to SSH to. I renamed the file to a correct user:
mv rufirstpk.ssh ec2-user.ssh
This change meant I had to change my .ssh/config:
To my delight, I was able to log in! I hope this variation of the resolution helps someone out!