For some unknown reason, the User Agent from my browser (Iceweasel) It doesn't show me which distribution I'm using specifically in the plugin that we recently activated here From linux.
I have already changed it as you can see, but the question is how did I do it? Simple:
1- We open a tab and type about: config and what I always say, they deceive Firefox / Iceweasel telling them that we will not stick our hands 😀
2- Right click on any value » New [New] » String [String] and we write:
3- Then we copy the following:
Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux i686; rv:7.0.1) Gecko/20100101 Debian Iceweasel/7.0.1
Obviously that is in my particular case. The funny thing is to see what happens when we put things like this:
Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US) AppleWebKit/534.16 (KHTML, like Gecko) Linux Mint/11 Chrome/11.0.696.57 Safari/534.16
Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux:Debian x86_32; rv:2.0b8pre) Gecko/20101011 Opera/10.0
We can go testing with other variants 😀
493 comments, leave yours
Thanks for the tips it worked correctly.
What have I done wrong?
Ah, nothing, it comes out
Hahahaha… Enjoy !!
You see ... 😉
seeing if it works ...
Mozilla / 5.0 (X11; Linux i686; rv: 7.0.1) Gecko / 20100101 Linux Mint / 10 firefox / 7.0.1
I put like this and it seems that it does not work, did I put something wrong?
It works perfect haha I saw 😉 thanks
A pleasure 🙂
Testing ... well I switched to Firefox now instead of Opera, and I want to know if it already shows me that my distro is Arch.
Testing again ...
I'm going to put IE and Mac OS X hahaha.
LOL!!! Better, Windows 2000 & IE 4… LOL !!!
By the way, these topics do make you want to see them, I had done this for a long time, but the truth was that I did not have the slightest idea of what the name, type or value was.
Well ... a pleasure to know that we publish things of your interest 😉 ... that not everything can be jokes and jokes HAHA 😀
What rule is used to change the parameters? It's that I use Debian amd64 and I kind of want it to show me that, and not to tux xDD, but I'd like to put what I see as necessary and remove the rest ~ I don't know if you catch me xD
I have tried by all means to show Debian x64 ... but no way, I can't get it to show me that it is 64bits, if you don't mind that only Debian appears (without the x64) you tell me to leave the line.
we hope that elav when i return i have a solution for this.
This will make Firefox show Debian x64:
Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:7.0.1) Gecko/20100101 Debian Iceweasel/7.0.1
You can try it in Chromium, if it works and shows x64 well, then you change the browser part and that's it.
Feel free to try as much as you want 🙂
To have what wave, right now I modify the mint, then I check the fedora until now I was curious to mark it
I left it like this, and it works:
Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Fedora/Linux i686; rv:9.0a2) Gecko/20111108 Firefox/9.0a2
Great, thanks for sharing 😀
Just for testing my user agent 🙂
Just for testing my user agent
As I did m… .. the OS and I had to reinstall is a test.
I'm slow and I got confused guys ... I didn't understand the second thing xD is copied 'how do I leave it in my LMDE? o3o because then yes, I get one? world size in the header and did not understand anything of what is done, in the third step; w; I am slow ~
Nah not at all ... the girl is never the slow one, it's the boy who is too fast HAHAHA.
Nothing serious anymore 😀
Debian as well as LMDE in Iceweasel is not configured to show the distro, what we will do here is configure it to show it.
As I read, step # 1 didn't cost you work, right?
In step # 2 is where there are problems 😀
Notice that once in "about: config", there is a filter bar in which you can write, write there "agent" (without the quotes) and look carefully if what appears a little below, is this: general.useragent.override
If it appears, you right click on that text or field, and you give it to modify, look ... here is a photo to guide you:
I have marked or highlighted what is important 😉
As I was saying, you right-click it and then click Modify, a small window will appear in which you will put this:
Iceweasel/5.0 (X11; Linux i686; rv:8.0) Gecko/20111108 Debian/5.0
In fact… I'm leaving this comment with the change made 😀
Now ... in case it doesn't appear to you general.useragent.override In the options, don't worry, right click on the white part and select New - »Chain, and you will see the small box in which you must write what I put before 😉
Well that, you tell us if it works for you or not ... and really, if it doesn't work for you, don't worry, you say so and I'll make you a video tutorial, it really doesn't weigh on me or bother me 😉
LOL with the first thing xD
My problem was this
Actually that is problems with the browser cache lol, clear the cache or do [F5] until Firefox uses the new banner and not the old one (which is the one it is showing) 🙂
Look what I gain from responding to the highs of the night more asleep than awake, my good Gaara xD nothing to do with my appointment LOL what I need to say is that my problem was this:
Iceweasel / 5.0 (X11; Linux i686; rv: 8.0) Gecko / 20111108 Debian / 5.0
I already forgot HTML lol that is the data that I do not know where it comes from xD Thanks anyway: B
I nagging again xD with two doubts o3o
1) Will there be support for LMDE other than the Debian logo?
2) How to configure the UserAgent in Midori? xD
I have Xubuntu on the lap xD I forgot to say o3o where I use Midori
Let's see if it now changes to mint and stops showing the ubuntu logo
Yup, it changed 🙂
[b] testing [/ b]
Testing 1,2,3 Chakra testing- testing Chakra….
In the comments it will not change, you should see the banner above 😉
In the banner if the logo changes to the Chakra logo but in the icon it does not (?)
Well I hope they implement the very powerful Chakra xD icon / logo
HAHA is that in the comments, for the logo to appear and such we use a plugin ... but the plugin was NOT made by us, much less, I have to check if it would be legal to modify this plugin, I do not know about this 🙂
Ahh then calm down, I am satisfied with the powerful Tux, so it will remain a mystery what distro I use hahaha
1… 2… 3… see testing…
from chakra testing
from chakra testing 123
Thanks, I already entered From Linux and the Debian logo appears: D ...
testing, dispense-same the logo of my system already appears-
testing if I get debian
I have a little problem
by having this in the user agent:
"Mozilla / 5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv: 7.0.1) Gecko / 20100101 openSUSE"
this happens in google:
If I only leave openSUSE or SUSE on the page it shows me that I use openSUSE but this happens in google:
and if I right click reset the user agent chain this happens:
So, what would be the correct configuration to keep google as in the last image?
Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:9.0.1) Gecko/20100101 openSUSE Firefox/10.0.1
I apologize for the delay in answering but I am here.
Thanks a lot! 🙂
testing user-agent with midori
I think I got confused heheej trying again
Hehe test 1….
Hehe test # 2 hehe now I think so….
Test message # 1.
test message, from OpenSuse
It will work…?
it looks like it is!!!!
Testing again ...
Testing the user agent does not work ..
this one is mine:
Mozilla / 5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv: 11.0) Gecko / 20100101 Firefox / 11.0 Iceweasel / 11.0
it already works hahaha ..
Testing ... 🙂
I also want to try from my android 😛
And trying again 😀
Have a hroa ..
testing I want to see if it comes out
this great thank you very much !!!!!
I join the test
trying again ...
Does anyone know how to change it to Epiphany / Web?
Test comment 🙂
Just in case LMDE still doesn't have support?
I have it like this> Mozilla / 5.0 (X11; Fedora / Linux i686; rv: 12.0) Gecko / 20100101 Firefox / 12.0
It works well for me 🙂
Testing user agent 1 configurations… .2… .3
Soaking in Midori ~ (=
another test ... and by the way I leave my string of Ubuntu 12.04 / Midori 0.4.3
Mozilla / 5.0 (X11; Linux: Ubuntu 12.04; rv: 2.0b8pre) Gecko / 20101011 Midori / 0.4.3
testing Debian-GUTL (Debian 6.0-LXDE Remaster)
Testing from Crunchbang 11 =)
hehehe… how cool that the logo comes out? 😉
Testing from Arch Linux. Yes sir 🙂
with the desktop
Finally I stay on ArchLinux.
Testing ... testing ... testing (for the fourth time?)
Testing the User Agent (for the 5th time)
Why are my comments not coming out? ouch, .. I'll try a couple more times
Testing ... (for the 6th time)
They do come out, only they were pending moderation.
That is, when a new user comments on the blog, as a security measure they go to the moderation queue, then after 5 or 10 comments made by the user, these (that is, the comments) are visible without having to pass by moderation 🙂
Testing from Fedora 17.
look, and if when you do the tests you change the distro ??? ggg.
Testing if it works
Thank you!!! it worked on the touch ..
to see again
Excellent, thanks 😀
WTF? What is the distant prescient doing in these directions? o_O
Third and last test
Nothing to say, just testing useragent.
Out of ten ... Bye
Lapsus ... sorry
testing again the UserAgent that before recognized debian and no longer
As I had already told youIt's not that it worked for you before, it's that the code was wrong and Debian was the only distro it showed.
nice tux but I want my spiral
What UserAgent are you putting in? … Because the part of the code that recognizes Debian has not changed at all O_O
Let's see what happens with the modification of the post ...
Success, thanks for the contribution Debian Testing Xfce \ m / xD
From Arch LInux
Great! thanks for the post.
* Testing my user agent
(Sorry for the inconvenience)
(Testing by passing Iceweasel through Firefox)
Now yes (I hope I don't water it this time)
The last haha
Now yes the last haha
Testing after a long time
This has put me should ... what kind of thing I used xubuntu
Ah yes no 🙂
Sorry for the inconvenience (me and my experiments).
"Firefox Debian"? what is that thing???
Just when I thought I got it right
I noticed that when changing the user agent sometimes the plugin web no longer works correctly.
Ready, everything works for me.
Watching it come out
Making changes 🙂
Couldn't use 'general.useragent.vendor'?
Testing from Xubuntu and Firefox ...
Testing testing ... suse, 1 2, 3
And it works 😀
let's see if my distro comes out
It seems that if hehehe
Let's see if it comes out well! ¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡
Now everyone will know which distro I use 😛
I have used:
Mozilla / 5.0 (X11; Linux: Kubuntu i686; rv: 9.0a2) Gecko / 20111108 Firefox / 16.0.1
Let's see if it's better now ...
Thanks for sharing 😀
let's see how it looks
OpenSUSE, I love you!
Sorry OpenSUSE, I cheat on you with Fedora.
Sorry Fedora, I cheat on you with Arch!
Here's an example of distro hopper syndrome xD
Sorry I can't get the Linux Mint logo to appear by changing the User Agent. Someone could help me? Linux mint 14 - Firefox 17
Mozilla / 5.0 (X11; Linux Mint 14; Linux i686; rv: 17.0) Gecko / 20100101 Firefox / 17.0
Test: D ...
I can imagine the inbox of the one who wrote the entry: \
Trying again !!
(We are going to fill this with tests 🙂)
I don't think the blog has an icon for elementary os
Not for Manjaro either 😉
Curiously, here I get Manjaro, but in the panel in the upper part of Debian: /
But I'm not with Iceweasel: /
Let's see what I get ...
I do not understand
I'm doing something wrong
Either I get google chrome or I get safari
and I don't know how to put the desk
Someone who can explain me please
the string I put is this
Mozilla / 5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US) AppleWebKit / 534.16 (KHTML, like Gecko) Linux Mint / 13 Firefox / 19.0 Safari / 534.16
ARCH LINUX <3
It didn't work 🙁
Now if 😀
it seems not 🙁
2nd try ...
Testing useragent ...
Leave it alone
Testing useragent ...
Too bad I don't understand awesome, I put it as "awesome / 3.4.6"
Cheers! very good entrance
Thank you so much! I just tried ...
let's see what I get
cinnamon does not come out 🙁
add the environment to the end of your user agent
this is just to test if he grabs my fedora 😀
After doing this when I wanted to enter google plus it told me Your browser is no longer supported.
Mozilla / 5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv: 20.0) openSUSE razorqt Gecko / 20100101 Firefox / 20.0
Better to use an xD extension
Testing with Debian.
As I am very lazy, I have changed it from User Agent Switcher, an extension for firefox that allows you to do it:
You can have several profiles if you want and modify them or change it on the fly, with a simple click
I am going to try….
I already could .. hehe
test from rhel
Testing with Firefox.
With the environment now
I'm using a new browser so here I'm testing from Debian + LXDE + Firefox 20.0.1
it is definitely not working putting:
Mozilla / 5.0 (X11; Linux i686; rv: 7.0.1) Gecko / 20100101 Debian Firefox / 20.0.1
Then I'm going to send you an LXDE .svg so that you can include it in the wp-user-agent
Testing from Kubuntu ...
Sorry to use the blog as a testing ground.
By the way, can someone tell me the name of the plugin that WordPress uses to show the OS and browsers of the commenter (the one we can see here)?
How can they put the desktop environment in the User Agent (eg KDE, Unity)?
As an extra a page that detects the User-Agents (it does not recognize all OS)
We modify the UserAgent of the browser indicating the environment we use, in turn I reprogrammed a blog plugin so that it recognizes the environment and shows its logo, read more here: https://blog.desdelinux.net/desdelinux-tambien-te-muestra-el-entorno-de-escritorio-que-usas-en-tus-comentarios/
test 2 ………
now better with kde
Let's see if it works I'm testing
I think it does not work for me please help me I have Pear linux 7 or pear os
I have Debian 7 with Gnome, and I use firefox as a browser, you can use this for reference:
Mozilla / 5.0 (Gnome; Linux i686; rv: 21.0) Gecko / 20100101 Debian / 7.0 Firefox / 21.0
Mozilla / 5.0 (Gnome; Linux: Debian i686; rv: 21.0) Gecko / 20100101 Firefox / 21.0
One more comment !!!
Trying again, I'm sick of getting ubuntu.
For those who want to know, in http://www.whatsmyuseragent.com/ can obtain the complete identification string of their respective User Agent.
By the way I made the change, in my comment above my string was:
Mozilla / 5.0 (X11; Linux i686; rv: 21.0) Gecko / 20100101 Firefox / 21.0
But it still doesn't show me the CrunchBang logo !, so I decided to change it to this:
Mozilla / 5.0 (X11; CrunchBang! I686; rv: 21.0) Gecko / 20100101 Firefox / 21.0
At the end of this comment I will know if it worked or not 😉
Done, it worked!
And now I put the Window Manager (OpenBox)
And with Firefox?
Let's see if it works ...
How would it be for kde to appear in my case?
I have said nothing. There 😀
Excellent tutorial! Thanks for sharing
Thanks for the advice
Testing ... 🙂
Again ... 😛
Let's see …
again editing my user-agent
and my DE?
yay !!! there is!! = ^. ^ = that mouse is so kawaii -w-
!, », # Testing….
!, », # Testing… .2
one more time xD
and again -_-
Hahahaha, I've been with this for a long time and in the end I think I "gave up", I even installed the "User Agent Switcher" extension in Iceweasel but there was no case, I have a small rate of brutality today or not obsessed because I didn't understand . Use: Parabola GNU / Linux-libre, with Iceweasel 23.0.1, and LXDE desktop environment, but Debian comes out, I suppose from the browser: p (I wanted to leave 2 profiles to change them, one with Arch + Iceweasel + LXDE, because Parabola it is not supported I think, and another with Safari + Trisquel + Aero as trolling irony, hahaha).
Testing ... xD!
Oh, at least you can see the distribution, with that I am satisfied: p
let's see if my new openbox comes out
Testing, excuse me ...
This post should have some function and title like «Test your User Agent here» XD ...
Let's see if it works ...
Testing my new user agent! 😉
Testing again ...
Ok ^ _ ^ ...
going back to Debian from Arch and testing xd
Mozilla / 5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv: 7.0.1) Gecko / 20100101 Linux Mint / 16 firefox / 26.0
Just for testing my user agent
last I hope
because he hates me so much
And on top of doing spam
Testing the user agent
testing elementary OS
Checking again ...
Again geez ...
I'm tired: (...
Excellent, my beloved CrunchBang appeared
2nd test (resetting the value of the chain and confirming that by default it does not grab it)
I go back to the first version
Thank you 3rn3st0, without your comment I would not have been able to do it, who would have imagined the exclamation point next to CrunchBang
It could also be like this
It will work?
Let's see if this test works
Nothing happened with the previous one. Let's see this one.
Hopefully this will be resolved once and for all.
One two three, testing, well yeah yeah
123 to see if marka kde him
Testing one more time….
Ahhh oh come on ...
Penultimate time ...
The official page of the XD tests
User agent 01 test
Another with lubuntu
Testing ... 😀
Chromium test: v 3
To see this
I think this became a test page
I can't get out
He does not want to recognize me manjaro 🙁
well I'll say that I have arch
Testing the user agent 😛
Testing another user agent (the last test I promise) xD
testing, 1 2 3
testing testing 2
testing testing 3
testing user agent 4
Testing on Palemoon 🙂
Trying again in manjaro
Testing to see if it works