Does anyone know if it's in any way possible to play encrypted ("DRM")
HTML 5 videos on the 64-bit version of Fedora for ARM, i.e. the aarch64
If I install chromium, I get a "libwidevinecdm.so" configuration in
"alternatives", which by default points to
/usr/lib64/chromium-browser/libwidevinecdm.so.fedora. I suspect that
this is just a type of place-holder, though, rather than the a real
content decryption module, and I certainly can't play encrypted videos
I'm using Fedora 27 on a Raspberry Pi 3, and I've installed
"chromium-libs-media-freeworld" from RpmFusion for codec support.
Related question: Is there any way I can run 32-bit software on a 64-bit
installation for ARM, in a similar manner to how I can start i686
programs on x86_64? I think I've found a "real" 32-bit
libwidevinecdm.so... I know going 32-bit all the way via the armhfp
distribution might be an option, but I've spent *a lot* of time on
setting up the aarch64 one, if you know what I'm saying.