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  • http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2014/08/netflix-linux-html5-support-plugins

    Answered by arochester
    5 months ago
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  • http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/easily-enable-silverlight-watch-netflix-linux/
    This worked for me in Mint 16, but not 17. To make it work in Mint 17 KDE 64 bit I needed to use Firefox with “User Agent Overrider” instead of the “User Agent Switcher”. But you can play around with different user agent settings.

    Answered by hankpi
    5 months ago
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  • Hi,

    There are a couple of options but the easiest is to install netflix-desktop (http://www.compholio.com/netflix-desktop/).

    Follow the discription onthe web site.
    In a terminal window do:

    $> sudo add-apt-repository ppa:pipelight/stable
    $> sudo apt-get update
    $> sudo apt-get install netflix-desktop

    You can also try the latest and fastest option.
    Its possible to with the lastest beta version of Google Chrome and a little tweeking to get it working on both Mint and Ubuntu. (the below is for 64-bit ubuntu/mint, you will have to use 32-bit version of the software)

    Have a look at: http://www.techdrivein.com/2014/08/howto-get-netflix-work-in-ubuntu1404-linux.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+techdrivein+%28Tech+Drive-in%29.

    Good luck :)

    Answered by hhbt
    5 months ago
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  • To add to what @hhbt mentioned about running it through Chrome, here's a complete set of instructions at MUO(http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/can-now-watch-netflix-linux-natively-heres-how/).

    Answered by NotoriousZeus
    5 months ago
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