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Amazon instant video wont work in chrome.

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#1 lukexj


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Posted 03 June 2015 - 06:23 PM

I try to play a video on amazon and all that is there is a never ending loading screen. im on Fedora 22

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Posted 05 June 2015 - 01:48 PM

Do you have Flash and all the propriety and non free codecs installed  (or using Chrome browser re flash) as Fedora only uses free software ...i Think you have to use the Fusion repos?? to get non free ...I would check the Fedora forums as i am certain many people will have the same sort of problems.

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Posted 06 June 2015 - 01:57 AM

While I don't know about Fedora itself, Google Chrome has at least one other build for download that's not a .deb installer. 


I just checked, there's a Fedora/openSUSE build. 32 & 64 bit .rpm packages. One always has the latest Flash & whatever plugins needed for Chrome if the Google version is installed. As an added benefit, if there's an Opera browser on the system, it also benefits from Google Chrome being installed, it uses the same Flash package. 





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