Ubuntu has no weather indicator by default since the switch to Unity. The only indicator I found in the repos is "indicator-weather". This one only half works. Sometimes the temperature next to the icon is gone (maybe the Google Weather API is to blame for this as I had the same trouble with a KDE weather indicator) and not all weather situations have a monochrome icon.
I installed the weather indicator by using 'sudo apt-get install indicator-weather'; Then I started it and configured it. However at the last step of configuration, I pressed 'apply' and then nothing happened . Could anyone tell me how to fix it ?
Yeah it simply wont confirm everything at the end when I get it set up.
I am doing this on somone elses computer and he wants a weather app.
But the weather indicator doesnt work, at all.
I tried my-weather but it does nothing except report N/A
I'm currently a user of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS using the weather applet. I was wondering if the same applet will be available for Unity 12.04. Since Unity's existence with 11.04 & 11.10, you had to log into Gnome Classic to be able to add / use the applet. However I prefer Unity.
I'm currently a user of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS using the weather applet & was wondering with Unity within 12.04 LTS whether the same applet would ever be available? Since Unity's existence with 11.04 & 11.10, you had to log into Gnome Classic to be able to add / use the applet however I prefer Unity.
I've been using the weather indicator for a while now on 12.04 and for the past day or so it hasn't been able to update. It just shows the same weather icon (the sun) and the same temperature all day. Right now it's 2AM and it thinks it's sunny outside at 72 degrees when it's actually about 62 degrees outside right now.