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providence
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 21, 2005 11:04 am Reply with quote

this is weird


MSIE: Internet ExplorerInternet ExplorerInternet Explorer 36.98 % (6184)
FireFox: FireFoxFireFoxFireFox % ()
Netscape: NetscapeNetscapeNetscape 46.56 % (7786)
Opera: OperaOperaOpera 0.113 % (19)
Konqueror: KonquerorKonqueror (KDE)Konqueror 0.203 % (34)
Lynx: LynxLynxLynx 0.011 % (2)
Search Engines: Robots - Spiders - BuscadoresRobots - Spiders - BuscadoresRobots/Spiders 10.35 % (1731)
Unknown: Otros - DesconocidosOtros - DesconocidosOther / Unknown 4.419 % (739)

i've been using FF but i get 0%
seems that all FF hits go to netscape?
 
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 21, 2005 3:35 pm Reply with quote

What NukeVersion are u using ?
When I edit my counter before I got 2 hits from Firefox after I refreshed the table nuke_counter. But the script doesn´t work correctly with my nuke version.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 21, 2005 9:47 pm Reply with quote

i am using a patched 7.6 with sentinel installed
 
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 21, 2005 10:22 pm Reply with quote

I don't think the PHP-Nuke stats script has been touched in years. I was going to fix it, but MSA is so much better, why bother, you know? I patched MSA to work with the current crop of popular browsers instead.

If you're interested in this kind of stuff, you can probably fix PHP-Nuke by reading between the lines...
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 22, 2005 1:31 pm Reply with quote

Your includes/counter.php might be ereg on FireFox and it should be Firefox (2nd F is an f).

change that or make it eregi (ignores case) and that's likely it. I have :

if (ereg("Firefox", $useragent)) $browser = "FireFox";

Note ereg is Firefox small 2nd "f"


I'm looking at counter.php just to see why I have like 20k hits (~44%) w/ Unknown O/S.

if(ereg("Win", $useragent)) $os = "Windows";
elseif((ereg("Mac", $useragent)) || (ereg("PPC", $useragent))) $os = "Mac";
elseif(ereg("Linux", $useragent)) $os = "Linux";
elseif(ereg("FreeBSD", $useragent)) $os = "FreeBSD";
elseif(ereg("SunOS", $useragent)) $os = "SunOS";
elseif(ereg("IRIX", $useragent)) $os = "IRIX";
elseif(ereg("BeOS", $useragent)) $os = "BeOS";
elseif(ereg("OS/2", $useragent)) $os = "OS/2";
elseif(ereg("AIX", $useragent)) $os = "AIX";
else $os = "Other";

$useragent has previously been defined as HTTP_GET_VARS...

I'm getting about 50% Windows, a smathering of small Mac and BSD. BeOS, OS/2, AIX all 0%....Other 44%.
 
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