Listen YouTube radios streaming

streamlink --player="cvlc --no-video" "https://www.youtube.com/freecodecamp/live" 720p|& tee /dev/null
Listen YouTube radios streaming. I use it on an alias to easily enter kinda flow state for study/programming.
Sample Output
[cli][info] Found matching plugin youtube for URL https://www.youtube.com/freecodecamp/live
[cli][info] Available streams: 144p (worst), 240p, 360p, 480p, 720p (best)
[cli][info] Opening stream: 720p (hls)
[cli][info] Starting player: cvlc --no-video

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By: pabloab
2019-04-28 07:11:05

What Others Think

mpv --no-video https://www.youtube.com/freecodecamp/live
chevyprada · 127 weeks and 5 days ago
After you have introduced your topic to https://meiguodaixie.com/wang-ke-dai-shang/ you must enter the information in the subparagraphs below the first line. At the beginning of each of the following Paragraphs, I suggest that you recapture the first paragraph. This is the central sentence of each paragraph. By using more complex and sophisticated vocabulary, you can enhance prose. Students may enrich their expression with a dictionary to recognise synonyms or near synonyms. Their voice. Since you have found a new expression, do not hesitate to write some explanations to remember how the word is used in various ways
illianna · 28 weeks ago
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geebranz · 23 weeks and 2 days ago
Yes, I have seen many writers to edit the content by only infusing synonymns into it.Which is a worst practice in my opinion. One should re-create it instead of an edit. Although I have never faced such issue with a resource like top writer. They charge for it but the results are worth spending money upon. They are prefessional in all forte such as academic, news, business etc.
nicolasconner · 13 weeks and 2 days ago

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Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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