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 ?
I am using Xubuntu 14.04. There is a weather indicator on the panel with information provided from a Norwegian source.
On a number of occasions recently the indicator displays "No data" and "Short-term forecast data unavailable".
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.