Issue was not being able to import a video into Peertube using a URL.
Peertube was set up to use youtube-dl which is in /var/www/peertube/storage/bin/youtube-dl. Further investigation showed that Peertube calls it with python.
python youtube-dl video-to-download
Usually Python refers to Python 2 where as Python3 refers to Python 3.
We can create a symlink so that python = python3
sudo ln -s /usr/bin/python3 /usr/bin/python
This way when Peertube runs python, it technically will run it with python3.
Note you will probably run into issues if you do have Python 2 installed and need it. In my case, python was not installed and didn’t reference anything.
You may get the following alert in LibreNMS. Basically you need to install python 3 to keep things up to date.
Python 3 is required to run LibreNMS as of May, 2020. You need to install Python 3 to continue to receive updates. If you do not install Python 3 and required packages, LibreNMS will continue to function but stop receiving bug fixes and updates.
Install Python 3
Install Python 3 with yum, or apt if you are on a Debian based distro.
sudo yum install python3
sudo pip3 install -r /opt/librenms/requirements.txt
Verify LibreNMS is updated and working
Run the following commands to make sure that LibreNMS is working correctly and is up to date.