I have been using Netflix for sometime now. Before I got this new computer I was using a 32bit operating system and I was able to get Netflix to run on it with ease, though not at 100% like it did on Windows. Since I am now using a 64bit OS, for some reason I am having a lot of trouble getting Netflix to work. So I just had enough. I could eventually get it to work but I was getting tired of it.
Whether I locate Netflix from the dock, or if I type its name in overlay mode, or whatever, the icon is gone. Netflix launches just fine, but it's just irritating because it's not supposed to be like that.
I have uninstalled and re-installed Netflix to no avail.
I'd like to be able to watch entire seasons of shows on Netflix and not have it close out if I happen to doze. Netflix requires an acknowledgement that you're there every once in awhile between episodes. Is there any way to set up the Netflix Desktop to do this? It's kind of a pain in the a$$...
Hey everyone, new to the community! Hopefully someone out there can help me with this. Since I have updated my galaxy tab 2 to Jelly Bean 4.1.2 (not the full 4.2 for some reason) Netflix streaming no longer works. Netflix thinks it is either a device problem or my internet signal isn't strong enough (that sounds like a load of crap).
The script to install Netflix-Desktop downloaded everything needed except for Firefox. I keep trying to remove the program through "sudo apt-get remove --purge netflix-desktop". However, when I reinstall Netflix-desktop it runs through the script as if it's already downloaded everything. I've removed .wine-browser and /usr/share/netflix-desktop.