Disney+ was officially launched last month in the USA and Canada and was successfully running on Android and Mac devices. The launch frustrated many Linux users as an error stating Something went wrong. Please try again. If the problem persists, visit the Disney+ Help Center (Error Code 83). was shown by the Linux users who tried to watch shows and movies.
Hans de Goede, a user who checked and reported this during beta testing, found that Disney+ does not support Linux with popular browsers such as Firefox and Chrome.
It was then discovered that the DRM (Digital Rights Management) program used on Linux computers was not supported by Disney+.
Digital Rights Management is a technique that controls access control to digital media copyrighted content so that the original content is not pirated freely.
Few reports say that on Linux computers, Streamers can now watch Disney+. Twitter users recently noticed that Disney+ had unexpectedly begun working on Linux browsers once the content managed by Play DRM has been enabled in the browser.
How To Enable Play DRM-Controlled Content:
Follow the steps below to allow the setting “Play DRM-controlled content” in the Firefox browser:
- Type about:preferences#content in the address bar or choose “Option” from menubar in the top-right
- Navigate to Content >> check the box labeled Play DRM Content.This will start to install Google’s Widevine plugin.
- That’s it your are, just give it a try.