[Discuss] Netflix and/or other streaming services on Linux?
Daniel AJ Sokolov
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Thu Nov 2 15:48:24 PDT 2017
I'm not a Netflix user, but i have found that streaming services which don't work with the Chromium browser usually work fine with the Google Chrome browser, which is available for Debian systems (Ubuntu, Mint).
On 2 November 2017 16:46:34 GMT-04:00, "Alan W. Irwin" <irwin at beluga.phys.uvic.ca> wrote:
>On 2017-11-02 11:54-0700 Darren Duncan wrote:
>> I do plenty of Netflix etc and I don't think I've actually gone
>> beyond 100-200GB/mo in actual usage.
>For my entertainment needs, I have been pretty content over the years
>simply watching movies and TV shows via DVD and sometimes TV shows via
>Shaw TV, a converter box, and an old computer TV card. And I have
>gotten all of this to work without issues on my Linux PC running
>Debian. However, from articles I have read it is pretty clear the
>Netflix streaming approach for supplying entertainment needs is now
>the dominant one or soon will be.
>If your remark above means you have gotten Netflix and other
>streaming services to work on Linux, can you refer me to a howto or
>some other documentation about how you set that up?
>Alan W. Irwin
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>University of Victoria (astrowww.phys.uvic.ca).
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>and the Linux Brochure Project (lbproject.sf.net).
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