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Re: [webalizer] Smarter(?) user agents and OSs grouping

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  • Bhavin Vyas
    No, you cannot use wild cards in such a way. You can either have a wild card in front of the string like so: GroupAgent *xxxxxx or at the end of the
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 12, 2002
      No, you cannot use wild cards in such a way.
      You can either have a wild card in front of the string
      like so:
      GroupAgent *xxxxxx
      or at the end of the string, like so:
      GroupAgent xxxxxx*
      If you only write the string, like so:
      GroupAgent xxxxxxx
      then it's like having (*xxxxx*) a wild card at both
      the ends, however, you cannot explicitly have it at
      both ends in your .conf file.
      The above 3 formats are the only one's supported.

      Regards,
      Bhavin.
      --- Gil Disatnik <Jewnix@...> wrote:
      > Hey there,
      > I am trying to group user agents and OS versions
      > using the following
      > configuration:
      > GroupAgent MSIE*Windows NT 5.1* Internet
      > Explorer (XP)
      > GroupAgent MSIE*Windows NT 5.0* Internet
      > Explorer (2K)
      > GroupAgent MSIE*Windows NT 4.0* Internet
      > Explorer (NT)
      > GroupAgent MSIE*Windows 98* Internet
      > Explorer (98)
      > GroupAgent MSIE*Windows 95* Internet
      > Explorer (95)
      > GroupAgent MSIE*Mac_* Internet
      > Explorer (Macintosh)
      > HideAgent MSIE*
      > GroupAgent Mozilla*Linux*
      > Netscape/Mozilla (Linux)
      > GroupAgent Mozilla*Macintosh*
      > Netscape/Mozilla (Macintosh)
      > HideAgent Mozilla
      > GroupAgent Lynx* Lynx
      > HideAgent Lynx*
      >
      >
      > What am I doing wrong here? can't I use wildcards in
      > such a way?
      > It makes "Netscape/Mozilla (Linux)" take all the
      > credit...
      >
      > Thank you
      >
      >
      > Regards
      >
      > Gil Disatnik
      > UNIX system/security administrator.
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