I also glance at Phoronix from work from a Windows PC. However, I do have a Fedora VM for "cross platform compatibility testing."
Same here. I read mostly phoronix when idling at work, where I'm forced to use windows / IE.
Originally Posted by djack
At home, I'm exclusively using Linux / Firefox.
some of us even use our firewall to rewrite the User-Agent: http header to SAY
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:188.8.131.52) Gecko/20081217 Firefox/184.108.40.206
EVEN when we are using Firefox on opensolaris - because too many webservers are pissy and want to forcefeed you $^@& Flash banner ads rather than show you what you came to see.
Also visiting from work via WinXP. But the more OSīs the better I say
I'm not sure when you last tried. For me, ath9k support went from non existent about 18 months ago, to working a year ago, to stellar a couple of months back. I have arch linux on 2 netbooks and another dual core core2 quad notebook. The netbooks are constantly used and constantly suspend/resumed. Since early this summer I haven't had a failure to resume.
Originally Posted by NullHead
I'm at gentoo user at home, but at work I browse Phoronix with Windows. It's unfortunate but thats the way it is.
Linux @ Home, Linux @ Work
Mozilla on one of my Windows PCs claims to be a Mac. I've no idea how or why it got configured that way, but it's a real pain when I go to one of these 'smart' sites where they use the user-agent field to determine what kind of software to download; I don't want Mac software, can't run it and often they don't even give you any way to pick what kind you actually want.
Originally Posted by svrocket
Hey movieman, that's easy to fix if you don't mind beta software!
Originally Posted by movieman
First see what you're handing out as your ID card:
Second if you are using firefox, here's a cool add-on to modify User-Agent. NOTE that NOT ALL websites use "User-Agent" to determine platform and browser.
User Agent Switcher 0.7.2
But it absolutely fools http://get.adobe.com/reader/ into handing me what I want for download.