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    Question Raspi netflix project

    Looking forward to getting my Raspi (who isn't) and my first project. I bought a Samsung LCD telly not long ago but did not choose the web-enabled option. Wish I had so I could stream NetFlix directly. However looks like a Raspi might be a low cosy solution. I am thinking I just need to run a browser but not sure which one? Anyone any ideas? I know NetFlix won't open on Firefox on Linux.

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    Has to do with Netflix using Silverlight to run...don't know if you'll have much luck. I would mozy on over to the Raspberry Pi forums and maybe Liz or Eben or one of the experts there can shed some light on this.

    I have read some articles stating native Linux support is coming for Netflix...but so far this hasn't been true. I am on a waiting list for my own Raspi
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    I would mozy on over to the Raspberry Pi forums and maybe Liz or Eben or one of the experts there can shed some light on this.

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    They've been reported, they're just another one of those spammers with a hidden URL link in their post (quote their reply and you'll see it).
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    I'm not on my e-mail computer, but doesn't it show up in the e-mail notification?
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    the spammer? (fixed that... seems I was using my old Charter email address for notifications, which I haven't used in years... now I should be getting notifications of post replies, PM's etc for once LOL)
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    I am on My E-mail computer now , and yes the spam links are identifiable.

    The TechIMO! e-mail notification, for post replies.

    In the E-mail, the spam links are readable.
    Probably the same reason, it is readable when it is quoted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShyguyXPC View Post
    They've been reported, they're just another one of those spammers with a hidden URL link in their post (quote their reply and you'll see it).

    They embed a web bug in their post. I have a grease monkey script for Firefox that displays web bugs so I reported him. I notice a lot of these type of spammers. They say something like 'thanks' and leave behind a web bug for SEO purposes.

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