Netflix gets native support for Ubuntu

Netflix gets native support for Ubuntu


Thanks to the new NSS 3.17 you can play your media portal Netflix in Ubuntu and without any third party plugins.

Netflix in Ubuntu

Netflix is a web servizo dedicated to playback of streaming media, currently only available in some countries such as USA, Canada, South America, UK, Ireland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland (although in the future it could also land in Italy) . Through Netflix we watch movies and TV series in streaming directly from our pc un’abbonamento paying monthly, but unfortunately until recently was asked to play the Microsoft Silverlight plugin is not available for Linux. Finally, you can now play your media from Netflix in Ubuntu and without any third party plugins or another, all this thanks to the migration of the portal in HTML5

Just at this time he landed in the official repositories of Ubuntu and the new NSS 3.17 update that allows us to be able to play without any plugin in HTML5 media files protected by DRM.

For playback of multimedia contents, however, we will use the Google Chrome browser which enables support for playback of multimedia content protected by DRM, hoping that in the future the support is also extended to other browsers and web services.

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