[TriLUG] Watch Netflix streaming video on Linux? YES!
spkorb at gmail.com
Tue Dec 4 15:38:46 EST 2012
On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 1:51 PM, Wesley Hearn <whearn at redhat.com> wrote:
> On 12/04/2012 10:07 AM, David Brain wrote:
>> I've tried it on Ubuntu 12.10 on a fairly decent (i5 8G Intel
>> Graphics) laptop which can dual boot to Win7, it works, but the frame
>> rate is noticabley lower and things are a little choppy to watch
>> compared to running under Win7. Progress though, progress.
Wesley Hearn whearn at redhat.com writes:
> Isn't this just a user-friendly i don't want to setup wine myself version of
> that has been out for several weeks now?
That's honestly the best thing in the world for me. My home is *all*
Linux and though I'm happy to set up the wine version for myself, or
even for my S.O. I really like it when she can do *her*own*
administration. She doesn't do this sort of thing for a living, so
the simpler the better.
She's discovered more features in MythTV than I would ever find in my
lifetime because she is an end user. My workarounds always include
downloading and recompiling where hers are always "let's see what
happens when i press this button".
It's just a different way of approaching Linux, and I've become
facinated rather than frustrated with the differences. Linux is prime
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