python2.7 easencode.py -z $(multimon-ng) output.wav
if you are in bash.
$( ) construct will execute command and insert result (stripped of end of line) in current command.
as per comment, you might whish to use "$( )" depending of expected result and importance of space.
What you want is not possible.
Character devices are provided by Linux kernel modules.
Linux kernel modules are written in C.
You can, in theory, use a programming language other than C. But your program needs to be compiled into a binary that can be loaded into the kernel. In particular, you need to define an initialization handler, an exit handler, as ...
As per #don_crissti answers, I implemented, This solution gives to interface name and method and signals information
from xml.etree import ElementTree
bus = dbus.SystemBus()
return [ name for name in bus.list_names() if not name.startswith(":") ]
The subprocess call is looking for the bstat or bkill programs in the $PATH... except there is not $PATH` in the cron environment. Specify the full path to those programs, even inside the Python script, and it should work.
According to this page, python3-pandas-lib is built for arm and arm64 and available in the official stretch repositories.
According to your recent update, your system identifies as armv7l which would need the armhf repository branch from Debian. It does not appear that python-pandas is available for armhf in Debian stretch, but is built for jessie and ...
Python 2 and Python 3 can be installed on the same system without conflict. You can install the Python 3 version of pip similar to how you installed the Python 2 version:
sudo apt install python3-pip
Now, you you should be able to use pip3 to install spotdl:
pip3 install spotdl
I just tried this on my own system and the installation failed when running ...