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Native Netflix Client Coming to Linux ‘In The Next 12 Months’

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Linux support for the on-demand video-streaming service is a long-held ‘want’ for many readers. The good news is that a native Linux client is, according to Netflix engineers, in the works.

The news come via Benjamin Kerensa who, at this years Open Source Convention 2011 (OSCON), spent some time with a couple of engineers from Netflix.

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Guess they want to make up for all those lost users over the price change now.

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