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  • #96799 Reply

    John

    Receive the following error message while trying to do a search. “Error downloading “https://www.googleapis.com/youtube/v3/search(it did not matter what I searched on) server replied: forbidden

    #96801 Reply

    Flavio
    Keymaster

    Need more info. Your OS. If on Linux, where did get Minitube from?

    #96806 Reply

    Randy

    I have the same problem.
    OS – Siduction with debian sid

    This is the first time to try the app and I was wondering if there are some settings that need to be configured somewhere.

    #96808 Reply

    Flavio
    Keymaster

    Guys, if you are using a package from your Linux distro ì, I cannot help you. Download from this site or build by yourself.

    #96810 Reply

    Petr Mach

    I have the same problem on Raspberry Pi 3 with Raspbian OS.

    #96815 Reply

    drenoo

    have same problem!

    please help!

    is debian 8.9

    #96823 Reply

    karl

    Later on discovered that “maybe” the error its on:
    “https://code.google.com/apis/console”
    because…all queries gets…
    {
    “error”: {
    “errors”: [
    {
    “domain”: “usageLimits”,
    “reason”: “dailyLimitExceededUnreg”,
    “message”: “Daily Limit for Unauthenticated Use Exceeded. Continued use requires signup.”,
    “extendedHelp”: “https://code.google.com/apis/console”
    }
    ],
    “code”: 403,
    “message”: “Daily Limit for Unauthenticated Use Exceeded. Continued use requires signup.”
    }
    }

    #96824 Reply

    karl

    If this was the issue ,how can get the solution of the sign up for all us users?

    #96835 Reply

    aleksey

    the same problemma does not work The program writes the same link. operating system windows. if it does not work, please return the money to pay pall

    #96845 Reply

    Nestor

    I buy minitube (V2.9) from windows (Windows 8.1 x64 Spanish, Build 9600, fresh os install), and the error message is the same: error 400 bad request. I understand it’s an api problem, but, how set my own api in minitube?. i really like to use minitube

    #96848 Reply

    perus

    same on windows 10 version
    search produces error downloading http://gdata.youtube.com.feeds.api/videos/…. -server replied :Gone

    #96852 Reply

    Santiago

    I had the same error on distri version (installed from LinuxMint repository). I’ve followed the intructions given (“Guys, if you are using a package from your Linux distro ì, I cannot help you. Download from this site or build by yourself.”).

    After installing the .deb from the web everything worked fine. So the the distro version is not updated.

    #96867 Reply

    Bob

    I am using Lubuntu 16.04.3 and just installed this via Package Manager today Feb 17th 2018.
    I also receive the following error message while trying to do a search. “Error downloading “https://www.googleapis.com/youtube/v3/search(it did not matter what I searched on) server replied: forbidden

    Bob

    #96874 Reply

    micmaxime

    :/ i have the same problem than everyone ,minitube is the only way for me to watch stuff on my potato laptop .

    i don’t understand anything about linux ans ubuntue.

    btw how can i download the update the updt can’t find it anywhere .

    #96904 Reply

    Mick

    Install instructions at following currently work for 64 bit Linux Mint 18.3. Not 32 bit LM.
    I no longer get error messages.

    https://www.noobslab.com/2016/07/latest-minitube-252-version-available.html

    #96939 Reply

    rwb

    I have the same error message.

    OS is Linux Mint 19 LTS
    Downloaded the latest build available from the proper repositories for the OS: Version 2.5.2.
    System is an Acer Aspire 5735, Core2 Duo T6409, with 4GB RAM.

    Inexperienced Linux users are not encouraged to download from unvetted websites, because of the risks of introducing rogue software and/or breaking some dependency or other, so you will have a lot of people experiencing the same issue, most of whom will not be reporting it to you.

    The software is good in theory, but you really will have to fix the error if you want people to use and trust the software. Lack of responses, other than ‘Download it from my website’, or ‘build it yourself.’, is at best unhelpful to users, and at worst discouraging, contrary to good Linux practice, and damaging to your reputation. Please take this as a friendly comment, not as criticism; my aim is to help you.

    You should find that contacting the maintainers of Linux Mint will be very fruitful for you. They are a friendly group, and Linux Mint is the most popular Linux distribution, derived from both Ubuntu and Debian, so you’re not dealing with a mere handful of potential users; many thousands are seeing your application and considering using it. At present, they are being disappointed with what they see, but most of them will try again at a later date. Given these points, I would want to please my customers. :-)

    Thanks.

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