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The latest version of Slackware is apparently not in the list that jeremy uses, since it only shows linux and a pinguin. People that use Slackware 12 do have a Slackware icon instead of the pinguin. And yes, the forum gets the information from the useragent sent by the browser.
I'm posting this from Slackware 13 to and only shows the linux pinguin.
general.useragent.vendor; Linux Mint
Most Gecko based browsers use a similar configuration, so this would apply to Konquerer, Seamonkey and others as well.
I use a Firefox variant: Pale Moon. Since it would be wrong identifier to use
general.useragent.extra.firefox;Pale Moon" or maybe even
general.useragent.extra.firefox;PaleMoon) - dunno if a Whitespace there can be an issue...
Do you have more info about other Gecko based browsers. How is it done with Seamonkey?
Or... just guessing here: would
general.useragent.extra.palemoon;PaleMoon 24.6.2 (x86)
I have an Opera extension called "User Agent Changer" that I use to make sure I send the correct information to LQ (I really don't care what I send anywhere else, though earlier today it mucked up on another computer and said "macos" when, in fact, I was using Mint).