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I have been trying to create a way to stream a youtube url (preferably audio only, although this doesn't matter too much) right from python code. I have tried numerous things but none really seem to work. So far, I am able to search for videos or playlists using youtube data api, grab the first video or playlist and pass it into pafy to get different streaming urls. Does anyone know of a way to play youtube audio/video through python without downloading the video first? I would think it is possible with a cmd line tool such as mplayer or vlc using the sub process to pop open a cmd for the cmd line and pass in the url, but I am stuck. Any help is needed. Please! Here is my following code:




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Anyway, the AP should start if you have knime-core in your workspace. The error you posted looks like maybe a file got corrupted. Maybe try setting the target platform again or with a fresh eclipse workspace?


You can make a new Eclipse plugin at this point which would be a new KNIME node if you so wish. You could download a wizard for your Eclipse install following the instructions here and it will create most of the project for you.


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Once the Shiny package has been installed, you can begin the installation of Shiny Server. You should have been provided with an RPM file which contains Shiny Server and all of its dependencies (other than R and Shiny). You can install this rpm file using yum. If you have only a link to the RPM file, you can use wget to download the file to the current directory. You can install this RPM file using yum.


You should have been provided with an RPM file which contains Shiny Server and all of its dependencies (other than R and Shiny). You can install this RPM file using zypper. If you have only a link to the RPM file, you can use wget to download the file to the current directory. You can install this RPM file using zypper.


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The Shiny Server Pro License Server site contains license server downloads for all RStudio products. Download the license server for Shiny Server Pro and install it with a command like the following for your distribution:


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