ng0 <n...@n0.is> writes: > Marius Bakke transcribed 1.2K bytes: >> Giovanni Biscuolo <g...@xelera.eu> writes: >> >> > Hello, >> > >> > maybe Marius Bakke have something interesting to say about his >> > judgements on this "DRM matter" >> >> [...] >> >> > to sum it up: AFAIU for users to be able to use Widevine they must >> > create a custom package definition _outside_ official Guix channels >> > *and* download the shared object "libwidevinecdm.so" from Chromium, >> > installing it "manually" system wide or locally >> >> This analysis is correct. For DRM to work, the user has to build with >> "enable_widevine=true", and then somehow obtain 'libwidevinecdm.so' and >> make the browser use it. > > Can this bug be closed?
Yes, I am closing this now; thanks for the reminder. The actual Widevine implementation is not part of Chromium, and the interfaces for loading it are disabled at build time.
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