Accessibility Need:

I would like to put a display on the wall that does nothing but show a particular YouTube livestream video 24/7. I don't want it to have any user interaction other than turning it on or off. It cannot require finding the stream every time it is powered on or other use of a remote control for accessibility reasons. From what I have seen so far with YT Apps on so-called smart TVs, there is a constant need to do so every time the app is started which is not acceptable.

Does anyone know how I can obtain such a display?
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@shelenn any HDMI capable display, with a or similar attached ( or similar would suffice, I guess?), configured to run a script on boot to load up the appropriate stream?
dexterindustries.com/howto/run

Properly configured you could probably even run it straight from the with without needing to run an X server: askubuntu.com/questions/46871/

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