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Hello there. I haven't posted for a while... Thought I'd throw this one out to the more advanced users in the community.

I want to ssh into 4 servers simultaneously when I open my terminal application.

I've got the multiple sessions part down... I can open four windows and save them in a term file that opens them simultaneously. The hard part (lazy me...) is finding a way to invoke ssh to different servers in all four windows. This way I can spit the necessary password into each of them as needed.
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I just tried it and you shouldn't have any problems just sshing to each server in each window. I am not sure what problem you are having

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Hi... it's not really a problem. I just a want way to automate the process of invoking an ssh session in each window when I open the terminal application. As it is, I have to manually switch b/w windows to type in the ssh username@servername.

I'm sure it can be done. I might just have a bunch of googling to do. At work, we run solaris w/ fvwm... I'll take a gander at the login script to see how they are doing it.
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