I am hoping that @MichaelTunnell will weigh on in on this thread because well . . . Firefox:)
Now, I am trying to use one browser for everything that I am doing and Firefox is great. I just have one problem. For some reason, randomly and with different distro installs (PopOS, Fedora, CentOS), Firefox refuses to play stuff like Netflix (Netflix stating “Something went wrong . . . Sorry, we’re having trouble with your request. You’ll find lots to explore on the home page . . . ! Error Code NSES-UHX”). The error code seems to be random as well until I refresh the page and get Error Code F7355. I know that I have to enable DRM in preferences and I did but that just does not resolve the issue. Is it possible that my selection did not register in the GUI? If so, is there a way to do this on command line? Perhaps I can install a package that would make sure that I always have this capability? Some suggested installing Chrome but that seems to contradict the point of using Firefox. May be installing Chrome is the easiest/only way but maybe not. Any suggestions?