Even though a vmware server might run on a Pi, you are still requiring the Pi to run the Windows OS within it. That is simply not going to happen, let alone run Netflix on top of that as well.meteorainer wrote:You guys may want to seriously consider looking here:
http://www.vmware.com/products/vsphere- ... rview.html
The esxi hypervisor is SUPER thin and could easily host an image on an external media source for when you are required (by DRM for instance) to run windows.
Netflix is a prime example. Moonlight could easily run netflix, but DRM is stopping it.
Running esxi you can framelessly emulate a single window....like for instance a browser window
there's a lot more linux desktops that 1M and netflix doesn't work there either. don't expect it any time soon, they only deal with closed systemsJessie wrote:With 1M R Pi sold you would think that some of these companies would have some fire lit under their asses. 1M is likely more devices than Roku sold.
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