kandi X-RAY | Lavalink Summary
kandi X-RAY | Lavalink Summary
A standalone audio sending node based on Lavaplayer and JDA-Audio. Allows for sending audio without it ever reaching any of your shards. Being used in production by FredBoat, Dyno, LewdBot, and more. A basic example bot is available.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Post decode tracks
- Convert an audio track to JSON object
- Converts the given message into an AudioTrack object
- Log the request
- Called when a track exception occurs
- Get the root cause of an exception
- Turns on sentry
- Creates and initializes a Sentry Appender
- Checks if the request is valid
- Gets the service endpoint
- Reset the timer
- Get track from JSON
- Sets the playback position to the specified position
- Sets the filters
- Encodes load result
- Handle the end mark marker
- Play the specified audio track
- Stops the Sentry
- Called when a notification is received
- Called when a new track is started
- Load a track
- Get the state of the player
- Called when a track is ended
- Called when a track is stuck
- Called when a playlist is loaded
- Handles a track start event
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Trending Discussions on Lavalink
This is the code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-22 at 09:31
Github has a really good API
You can use
.text then it will remove whitespace.
I'm making a Discord bot in python, and I get an error when my bot tries to connect with lavalink. I use Docker-compose for the bot and lavalink, and my lavalink client is wavelink. I have checked that lavalink is on the right port.
Does anyone have any idea what's wrong?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-12 at 13:04
You mapping is wrong you declared the port but didn't mapped it to you localhost port. change this
This is my first time writing in this platform. I got an error on my RPi when hosting a discord music bot using lavalink. Currently, my problem is that there's a invalid syntax error on a line of code. The weird part is that I don't get this error when I use VSCode on Windows 10. It also ran perfect in Win 10. I've tried to install the required packages, tried to search up what could be the problem. I found no results. I was wondering what could be my main issue over here.
Main src code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-15 at 22:34
:= syntax (i.e., the assignment expression) was introduced in Python 3.8 (see, e.g., https://docs.python.org/3/whatsnew/3.8.html), and according to the traceback you've shared, you're running Python 3.7.
If you want your script to run on this older version, you'll have to rewrite it to not use this syntax. For example, you could extract the assignment out of the
I am currently setting up a Musicbot using Lavalink.
For my queue-function I want to use an embed with two fields: One for the currently playing track and one for the enqueued tracks.
Using a for-loop to grab information from the Lavalink Audiotrack objects:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-19 at 18:24
It all depends on what your goal is- and I was unclear on this when writing my answer, so bear with me. If your goal is to create a new embed field for every single enqueued track as they come, store a referenced to the embed and just use the
.add_field() method like you do.
That being said, if you're looking to have one field with a list of enqueued tracks, you might consider trying a generator like so.
I'm developing a bot in Discord.js, and because I use lavalink, I hosted it (lavalink server) on a free host, and to keep it online I need to do some pings constantly, I was wondering if, is there any way to make my bot (which is currently my vps) send a ping every time interval to the "url/host" where my lavalink is. if you have any solution I will be grateful!...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-13 at 23:41
You have two ways:Using Uptimer Robot (fastest way)
Uptimer Robot is an online service that can do HTTP requestes each 5 minutes. Very simple and fast to use, see more here.making the request from your bot vps Installing node-fetch
Type this in yout terminal:
So I am trying to install OpenJDK in a Dockerfile but I am having issues. It always errors with the following message:
Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1) and then underneath
The command bin/sh returned a non-zero code: 100. This is the command that failed to execute. Currently on Ubuntu 20.04 VM
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-05 at 13:43
Add this before installing the jdk :
Hello I have got a jar file lavalink to be exact which is basically a music module now i would like to start the jar file from my index.js(Main bot file) as I am not in the financial state to pay for a separate host for the lavalink server and would like to start and use the lavalink server in the same hosting container
No I am not running it in a browser I am using discord.js wrapper to interact with the discord API to make a backend program...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-10 at 09:18
Install child process
npm i child-process this allows you to execute shell comands
give the exec function as first parameter your command
exec("cd ~/ && java -jar Myjar_file.jar
cd ~/goes in the directory where your jar file is
java -jar Myjar_file.jarexecutes your jar file
&&executes your commands consecutevely first the one before then the one after
I'm trying to make my discord bot disconnect the voice channel with a command like -disconnect using Lavalink. I have tried doing it in various approaches but it never seems to work for me. I also can't find many examples online. The most recent thing i've tried is this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-24 at 18:24
Here's an example:
I'm using the example cog of discord.py lavalink, and I'm having an error "AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'id'"
I've already installed lavalink, and not sure what is causing this.
I've check around for other posts who may have similar issues and couldn't find any.
https://github.com/Devoxin/Lavalink.py/blob/master/examples/music.py The code that I'm using....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-22 at 13:11
I would recommend you try this video as it gives a better example that works: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1DEos_9dJo.
I usually get the 'Nonetype' error when someone tries to play something but the command still works perfectly fine. I usually ignore this error because all of the music commands I use on my bot work perfectly fine with it.
The video also has a github repo so you can test to see if it works.
I'm trying to implement a music bot on my bot based on https://github.com/stuyy/Lavalink-Discordpy-Example with lavalink and dicord.py. Before hosting it on heroku I'm trying to run it on my computer but I'm having this error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-06 at 14:09
You also need to install the python bindings with
pip install lavalink in the same environment you are using for the project.
ok, so you need to understand how environments work. basically the problem here is that you installed
lavalink in one environment but then you are using another environment to run your code. How do I see this?
Because in the error I read
C:\Users\grmap\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python37... so this means that you are using an installation of Python that it's not the Anaconda installation.
In a terminal you can check what python you are using in windows by typing
When you install something with
pip you should make sure that you are using the
pip.exe from the environment where you want to install the package, otherwise the interpreter will not find it.
With Anaconda you can create environment with
conda create -n myenv python=3.7
and activate it with
conda activate myenv
Then you can install your packages there. In PyCharm you will then need to select the correct environemnt interpreter.
I am not familiar with pyenv, but basically that's not needed if you use an anaconda enviroment. The concept is the same though, you need to activate an environment or directly point to the correct pip.exe, which in your case will be somewhere in
This is the thing, every environment has its own
pip.exe and set of packages.
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