On Tue, Dec 05, 2000 at 09:31:36AM +0000, Bernard Tyers came forth with:
> On Tue, 5 Dec 2000, Paul Jakma wrote:
>> > i saw the 'connection refused' with 24hour-online too, seems they're
> > very very picky about Netscape versions.
>> yup..i use Netscape 4.7 <usually> and I always get either:
> a) connection refused
> b) it crashes
>> when I try to use 24hour-online..
>>> anyone know why?
they've stopped that (I can access it with net+ and opera, and mozilla under
windows).. haven't got linux on this machine, but I'll check it later.
This is using the nightlies..
btw, from the debian docs:
7> I see this note in your changelog about a useragent patch, what is
I received a patch that allows the user to modify the useragent string.
Pro: you can fake sites into thinking you are running a NS$ browser
Con: You can only change it while mozilla isn't running
add this to your .mozilla/<profile>/prefs.js
user_pref("general.useragent.misc", "some arbitrary string");
where "some arbitrary string" is what you want to report as your
useragent, include the quotation marks in the prefs.js file
I dunno where to get the patch, but it sounds like fun :)
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