On Fri, Feb 8, 2013 at 2:26 PM, Antanas Budriūnas <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
the main download page shows 'rpm' version instead of 'deb' (Chromium
24.0.1312.56 Ubuntu 12.04).
Very likely there is nothing in the browser's info strings that could
guess the website correctly...
Please visit the downloadpage and have chromium display the sourcecode
search for »"typography"« (with the " quotes as to match the div and
not stylesheets), or just scroll down to around line 75
There's a html-comment listing the User-Agent string that is used to
determine the OS, architecture as well as deb/rpm..
If there's something that leads to the conclusion that it is from a
deb-based distro, then the detection can be adjusted. If it is just a
generic one, then the default will be used (and that is rpm)
Using Mozilla Firefox 18.0.2 detection is correct – 'deb' in this case.
very likely that mentions ubuntu in the user-agent string, while
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