OK, this should be really simple, but I am having trouble figuring it out. Here's my scenario -- I boot up 5 or six different terminal windows on my Mac that I then use to ssh into different servers to monitor & do some shell scripting. I have these connections saved as "Remote Connections".
What I'd like to do is "Save as a Window Group" all of my connection windows, so I can just open the Window Group at the beginning instead of running the ssh connection commands everytime. Seems like it should work, but....when you save as a window group (even when the terminal was explicity started from the remote connections menu) it just starts you up at your regular local shell -- instead of the remote connection, which was the whole point.
Really frustrating -- I expected the "Save as a Window Group" to be smart enough to save me the effort of doing "ssh -2 <user>@<IP>" in each freaking window. I may have to revert to using PuTTY on my windows machine to save myself the irritation. Please help!