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SERPS Pepper Addition

If you want to have Bing showng up as a search engine in the SERPS Pepper panel, add this code to engines.php. It works for me:

$RS_SearchEngines[] = array
(
    'name'          => 'Bing',
    'url'           => 'http://www.bing.com/search',
    'domain'        => 'www.bing',
    'start'         => 'first',
    'perpage'       => '10',
    'offset'        => '1'
);
JCFP
Minted
Posted on Nov 19, '09 at 11:56 am

I tried this out, but it does NOT work…

Any help?

I am using Mint 2.16.

JCFP
Minted
Posted on Nov 19, '09 at 09:15 pm

Just to follow-up. In my experiment, add the above mod to the SERPS pepper actually breaks the entire pepper such that the pepper is no longer tracking any incoming SERPS (just in case, I also experimented with changing the domain & start & offset parameters; none of them helped).

RTCunningham, did you have to change the class.php too?

I put something similar to the above code it works for me.

$RS_SearchEngines[] = array
(
    'name'      => 'Bing',
    'url'           => 'http://www.bing.com/search',
    'domain'    => 'www.bing',
    'start'     => 'first',
    'offset'    => '0'
);

I did not change anything in class.php

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