You can finally binge watch your favourite Netflix shows in Firefox for Linux -- zero fuss and no user-agent trickery required.
Firefox is to begin supporting the Google Widevine CDM on Linux from next month, allowing native, plugin-free playback of encrypted media content like Netflix.
Want to watch Netflix in Vivaldi or another Chromium-based web browser on Linux without installing Google Chrome? This script has you covered.
Opera user running Ubuntu? You'll want to update to the latest releases to benefit from a host of bug fixes, including native Linux Netflix support.
Netflix is now available to watch on Ubuntu out of the box — no hacks, plugins or user-agent switching workaround required.
An updated build of the 'NSS' library required to make HTML5 Netflix playback work natively in Ubuntu is now being rolled out to LTS users.
We saw last month just how close native Netflix support for Linux is to arriving. Now Netflix wants to go one step further...
Native Netflix Linux playback is reported to be working in beta builds of Google Chrome — no Wine-based app or PPA required.
Getting Netflix, LOVEFiLM or Redbox Instant to play on Ubuntu should be easy, right?
Netflix is up and running on Ubuntu - albeit unofficially, and via the familiar crutch of WINE. Developer Erich Hoover, and Ubuntu blogger 'iheartubuntu' have worked together to bring the worlds most popular movie streaming service to the Linux desktop.
Movie streaming company Netflix have once again reiterated that have no plans to support Linux anytime soon. The news won't surprise many: the company announced that Linxu support won't be happening earlier this year.
Back in July of last year after wrapping up at OSCON I shared a bit of information that brought some hope to the Linux community. While at the event I got a chance to speak with two engineers from Netflix […]