sudo apt-get remove netflix-desktop
will remove the netxflix package for you. You can also either remove Wine afterward, or simply enter
to (permanently) delete your Wine 'environment', which contains the Mono & Gecko installation you also performed. Of course, it will also delete anything else you've previously installed in Wine...
But this all begs the question: Has anyone tried/succeeded in installing this using Crossover? Crossover provides two potential advantages here:
1.) You can install in a separate "Wine Bottle" environment, independent of any other Wine app installations you may have -- no interaction, clobbering, or removal issues with other software you've spent time getting to run.
2.) Crossover has much better support to get things like Mono & Gecko properly installed & configured (with such assistance as automatic selection & installation of DLLs that are required -- whether you know you need them or not).
Has anyone done this?
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