Originally Posted by randyvh
One other question, what the heck is the difference between sudo and nano.
Off topic but two completely different programs.
nano is a text editor.
sudo allows you to run a single command as (effectively) root user. For instance "sudo reboot".
Sometimes you might use the two commands together. For instance, if you wanted to edit /etc/fstab you likely need root permissions, so you could do "sudo nano /etc/fstab".
Not sure about your Netflix problem, I don't use Netflix or Pipelight. If it's buffering it could be a network issue, if it's lagging/unsynced it could be Pipelight or it could be a video card driver issue. Do flash (YouTube etc) videos play without issue?