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$$...
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.
Why does the Netflix app on PS3 stuck so damn bad? Every day there is a 50% chance it won't work. I'll get some type of ui error and then when I go to details and test Netflix connection I get all green check marks but it won't play.
Don’t worry, this will not be anywhere near as outrageous as Netflix’s infamous price hike in 2011. But yes, Netflix does plan on imposing a one or two dollar price hike in some countries in order to cover the cost of new content and improving technology. For current Netflix members, everything will remain the same for the foreseeable future.
I used to use the netflix on daily basis until about three weeks ago I started to get the following message after a long time displaying the netflix splash screen on my TV: "Humm... It seems we're unable to connect". And then the netflix closes after 10 seconds. Every other chromecast official app works good, but Netflix.
Anyone that uses netflix? After installing Ubuntu 11 no extras, netflix played movies just fine. I'm thinking there was an update or something and it no longer will play. Says I need windows. This just started a couple weeks or so ago. Anyone got an answer for me on this one. Looking online all I get is netflix has not worked on linux but they are working on it...
Netflix till date has very bad support, actually no support, for streaming in Linux systems. The core issue was the use of Microsofts dying Silverlight by Netflix, but Netflix announced their plans to move to HTML5.