I did as you advised with this cgroup enable memory in cmdline.txt. I have also reinstalled docker and now it works as previous. It is possible for me to again watch Netflix. Thank you @LifeBlower .
Can you please share the steps you took to get this work? Did you have to setup a seperate docker instance?
Sry @Mangled, I can not list exact steps for you. I have just did as I mentioned. I can just suppose that I have some specific state of Manjaro. I could share with this but to be honest, I do not know how could I feed you.
Seems like the 64 bit Raspbian Bullseye has got the support for widevine through installing thee 32 bit version and switching to it.
Isn’t that possible on Manjaro?
this is what we do but we use dockers for 32bit app or systemd container option, as we do not maintain the 32bit user space anymore so we have to use the above options.
On a fresh Manjaro XFCE installation I didn’t need all those tips from this thread. What I did:
- pamac install inetutils docker
- systemctl enable docker
- systemctl start docker
- pamac install chromium-docker
And everything is fine, now I can watch Netflix on the second display (an old TV). Sound via HDMI works out of the box, I didn’t test bluetooth or other outputs (my Pi400 only has bluetooth and HDMI).
UPDATE: A minor drawback seems to be, that docker sends audio signals only to HDMI-1. Otherwise it works quite well.
Does amazon prime work as well? I think prime requires the latest widevine components.
I’m sorrry, I don’t have an account on amazon so I cannot test it. In general the solution for Manjaro with the armhf-docker-container is not perfect at all. It works, but only for some setups. I’m not able to route the audio output to bluetooth for example. Only HDMI-1 works. And after a few minutes of watching Netflix, chrome opens a popup and want’s to be updated.
hi, can i install chromium amd64 with box64 ? if possible will widevine work?
Give it a try.
I have just formatted and reinstalled from manjaro arm xfce to gnome.
I used fresh iso and proceed with chromium docker installation.
Netflix movie runs. Music is also available but I can not again manipulate with the volume (only one constant same level of volume is available from chromium docker).
First thing I did was to configure paprefs but i got this issue described here:
Does anybody knows how to solve?
If you’re using pipewire then i dont think paprefs will help.
We need to find a better solution for widewine use all together.
Hopefully Google should release it for arn64.
Sorry I do not get you @spikerguy.
I do not know how to use pipewire. Does pipewire is kind of substitute for paprefs?
You are saying that there is no way to use paprefs for chromium-docker?
Hi, i 've a problem with chromium-docker, i can’t start it
here is the error message :
[dams@dams-pc ~]$ sudo chromium-armhf
[sudo] Mot de passe de dams :
Set host IP for Pulseaudio
/usr/local/bin/chromium-armhf: ligne 4: hostname : commande introuvable
Enabling XHost Forwarding
non-network local connections being added to access control list
Searching for Docker image …
Found and using ee9f33d99146
/usr/local/bin/chromium-armhf: ligne 13: pax11publish : commande introuvable
WARNING: The requested image’s platform (linux/arm/v7) does not match the detected host platform (linux/arm64/v8) and no specific platform was requested
Failed to dup renderonly object
free(): invalid pointer
If someone has an idea ?
Ugoos am6b+/184.108.40.206Linux/Plasma 5.25.3/Wayland
I had to reinstall docker and forgot how to activate the sound through the docker. Can someone please remind me how to do it on rockpro64?
This worked great! Thank You!
New updates regarding widevine package. You can now download the widevine-aarch64 and widevine-glibc packages from AUR to work with your browser on aarch/manjaro. However, from my own experience, pamac indicates that glibc is a locked package and will not allow me to install it. Does anyone have a solution?
Instructions for a successful install would be:
Please make sure to run the registering scripts
register_widevine_chromiumfor every user that needs to be able to use widevine. This script only needs to be run once; no need to repeat it after upgrade.
run (on the command line). Like:
Does this happen when you try installing
glibc-widevine? You shouldn’t remove the old glibc, just replace with this one.
glibc-widevine states it provides glibc, so it should count as just an update to glibc.
Yes on the pamac addon manager it fails and will not let you continue. However if you clone the file directly from AUR and manually build the package, it works fine.
Okay, so no AUR helpers will install this, but manually works.