Win32 parallel with "LSB" or "Linux"

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  1. mant

    mant Registered Member

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    There is a string:
    extensions.platform_override;Win32
    extensions.oscpu_override;Windows NT 5.1

    That value is Windows, what is for Linux?

    "Win32" >>> "LSB" or "Linux" or "i686" or "X11" ?
    "Windows NT 5.1" >>> "Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5" or "RHEL 5.4" or "Linux Red Hat Enterprise 5" ?

    Which one is correct?
     
  2. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    What are you talking about? There's a string where?
    Mrk
     
  3. mant

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    It's string to change web browser User-Agent.
    The values can be edit, to be detected as Red Hat Enterprise 5.4 platform.


    extensions.platform_override;Linux
    extensions.oscpu_override;Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5

    Is that values correct? Or it should like this:

    extensions.platform_override;LSB
    extensions.oscpu_override;RHEL 5 Desktop etc.





    I've search "Red Hat Linux Enterprise 5.4" User-Agent in google but no luck.
     
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    http://whatsmyuseragent.com/ says:
    I usually read minds like books, but this time I'm not sure what you want to accomplish?
     
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    Hello, don't worry, just seeking a "new fashion", because Windows is old school casual. Red Hat is cool. Thanks I've found it. :thumb:

     
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