If you’re a Netflix subscriber, you’ve probably tried to stream video on Linux systems like Fedora. And as with many for-pay services, your experience varied. As of the latest Google Chrome browser release, though, your troubles are over.

On modern Fedora, using the latest Google Chrome browser, Netflix viewing “just works.” You do need the latest stable update of the nss package, but if your Fedora system is up to date, you’ll already have that. Note that, as of this writing, Netflix streaming does not work on the Chromium browser.

You can download the Chrome browser for free here.

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