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Netflix Desktop installation guide

Last update on Nov. 13, 2014.

Netflix Desktop installation guide

Netflix Desktop installation Guide

Disclaimer: This guide has not been tested since I am residing in a country that is not permitted to the Netflix service. It also uses 3rd party repositories of which you , the administrator of your system, will have to trust yourself.

Credit: The netflix-desktop package is provided courtesy of DarkPlayer via the OpenSuse build service.

Instructions to install netflix-desktop:

1.) Login as root in the terminal (F12 for Yakuake, otherwise run Konsole), use the comand "su -" to login as root (providing root password).

2.) Add the repository key to your trusted keyring:

# wget https://www.download.opensuse ...

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Installation Problems?

Last update on Sept. 16, 2013.

Installation Problems?

Having problems installing Kwheezy 1.0?

I have recently discovered that certain hard disk/drive sizes don't play well with the installer. Also, the installer doesn't recognise disk/drives without a partition table. It seems to only affect some drives / partition layouts. But particularly in VirtualBox.

That's OK, there's a fix already!

Kwheezy version 1.0.1 and up will include the fix.

The solution below only applies to those that are having problems
with the installer. Updating via Apper or apt-get will get you onto 1.0.1 with no difference
to the 1.0 ...

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Installation Guide

Last update on Oct. 6, 2013.

Installation Guide

This guide assumes you have already done the following:

  • Downloaded the installation iso image from here.
  • Burnt the image to a blank DVD. How to burn a Live CD
  • Have 18GB or more hard disk drive (HDD) space available.
Click on the images to see them in full size. 

Now lets begin the installation:

1 - Boot into Kwheezy LiveCD

Power on the computer and boot from the DVD drive. This can be done in either of two ways;

  1. in the BIOS, setting the boot priority of the DVD drive to first boot (consult your hardware's manual if necessary).
  2. selecting ...

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