I'm quite sure this is covered elsewhere, but I can't find it with an hour of searching so I'll ask again. I am running Xubuntu 12.10 on my laptop and just got the "new" Hopper/Joey rig here at the house. Works great! I can see the guide and see the content of the DVR in my browser (Chrome). Problem is, of course, the videos won't play and it refers me to sling support page which lists Mac and Windows versions that work with the Dish Anywhere / Sling player. My fall back position is going to be running this in my XP VM on this system. However, if there is a way to make it run native in Linux, it would be a whole lot better. Anyone have any advice about this? I tried creating a web page to launch the embedded sling player like this: <iframe src="http://slingplayer.slingbox.com/embedded/slingplayer.php" frameborder="0" width="768" height="800"></iframe> Open this page in Chrome and it works, but it says that the embedded Sling player is not compatible with Dish Anywhere. I added the Dish Anywhere extension to Chrome, which would probably work of course, except that the Dish Anywhere page loads the "not supported" message rather than kicking off the video. It's like it's checking the OS version and browser version before attempting to view the content. Has anyone had success making this work? Or is there a discussion somewhere I could go read that will shed more light on this? Myy next idea is to try and find a Chrome extension that allows it to specify which OS is reported to the server. Anyone tried something like this?