Darcy Casselman dscassel at
Mon Nov 8 13:50:38 UTC 2010

IE extensions on Windows run a native IE browser widget inside the
Chrome (or Firefox) chrome.  They won't work on Linux.


On Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 8:45 AM, Adam B. <adamboonstra at> wrote:
> Is there a IE extension for Chrome in Linux?  I know there is one for
> Chrome in windows, it solved my active-x problems with chrome.  Maybe it
> would work in linux too?
> On 11/8/2010 8:35 AM, Eugene Cormier wrote:
>> Ray, I love netflix (I use it on my PS3 everyday) and have exhausted
>> just about every possiblity of getting it to run "in" just
>> won't work....I have tried every configuration with
>> wine+silverlight+activex, firefox+moonlight etc....
>> The only way to currently run it on linux is to install windows in an
>> emulator (like VirtualBox) which is not a pretty solution....right now
>> it's not a matter of Linux being able to support it....the Netflix
>> developers cannot legally (because of DRM) or will not support Linux
>> see the following link:
>> Cheers
>> Eugene
>> On 10-11-08 06:25 AM, raymond house wrote:
>>> Good morn, all. It,s the guy with questions again,  this is for the
>>> expert gals and guys out there.  I was recently asked if Ubuntu would
>>> pay Netflix movies, ?  I have not tried it, but I checked their system
>>> requirements and it says  Windows and Mac ! any clarifications would
>>> be appreciated. This is line with Darcy,s last post on spreading the
>>> good word on Ubuntu.    Thank you,   Ray          P.S. I don,t need
>>> Netflix I already have all kinds of channels coming in here, all
>>> showing the same stuff !
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