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Submission + - Netflix Now Works On Linux With HTML5 DRM Video Support In Chrome (phoronix.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Beginning with the Chrome 38 Beta it's now possible to watch Netflix without any Wine/Silverlight plug-ins but will work natively using Chrome's DRM-HTML5 video capabilities with Netflix. The steps just involve using the latest beta of Chrome and an HTTP user-agent switcher to tell Netflix you're a Windows Chrome user, due to Netflix arbitrarily blocking the Linux build.
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Netflix Now Works On Linux With HTML5 DRM Video Support In Chrome

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