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I'd like to have the background as black for server 'foo' but have the background be say gray or blue for server 'bar'.

I am worried I'll run the wrong command on the wrong ec2 instance because all the pwds are /home/ubuntu! How is everyone else solving this?

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Not an exact duplicate, but pretty close. See: apple.stackexchange.com/questions/9740/… – Ian C. Mar 14 '11 at 14:37
    
I want to do this too! In particular, I want the .login on each remote system to send the correct escape sequence to change the background colors. However, when I log out, I want the old colors restored... – vy32 Jul 3 '12 at 19:17

Use different bash scripts to launch each session and change the background color depending on the server.

Programmatically launch Terminal.app with a specified command (and custom colors).

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you can use a script to connect to your servers, which also changes the bg color of your terminal before it connects.

http://www.macosxhints.ch/index.php?page=2&hintid=1001

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You may use iTerm2 bookmarks, where you can customize each bookmark with its own settings!

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