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    Default Cinnamon weather

    I have installed cinnamon, add applet cinnamon weather with installation but no applet is on my screen.

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    Would you mind telling us at least some badic information like what version of openSUSE, which desktop?
    And how did you install Cinamon? From a repo, from an RPM, from a tarball?
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: Cinnamon weather

    I have openSUSE 12.2, environment gnome, kde and cinnamon. I have installed cinnamon from repo. Thanks

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    Thanks. I can not find it in the standard repos (but I am on 11.4, thus it may be in OSS or nonOSS in 12.2).

    And I do not know the product. But I guess that an applet is only created when the product is started. When I would install a GUI product, I would search in the main menu for an entry for it. Didn't you do that, or do I misunderstand you?
    Henk van Velden

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    I did my best but without success. I dont know, where I made a mistake. I have applet weather in applets but no more.

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    Sorry, but this is not ver understandable. Nor is it a very exact description on what you did and what you see.
    Rememeber that we can not look over your shoulder. We depend on your descriptions and eventual screen shots.
    Henk van Velden

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcvv View Post
    Thanks. I can not find it in the standard repos (but I am on 11.4, thus it may be in OSS or nonOSS in 12.2).
    Code:
    # zypper lr -u | grep -i cinnamon
    5 | openSUSE:Cinnamon    | openSUSE:Cinnamon  | Yes  | No  |  http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/X11:/Cinnamon:/GNOME34/12.2/ 
    The latest version is 1.6.3 and was updated yesterday.
    I will check if the weather applet works here.

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    All right ...

    • open a terninal (as user, not root) and run these commands:

      Code:
      $ cd /tmp
      $ wget  http://cinnamon-spices.linuxmint.com/uploads/applets/RM1X-RW7Z-3XN8.zip
      $ unzip RM1X-RW7Z-3XN8.zip
      $ cd cinnamon-weather-1.7.0
      $ ./install.sh
    • Restart Cinnamon with ALTt+F2, r
    • Right click on the panel, select "Add applets to the panel" and check "Weather"
    • See this page on how to set your location: Spices : Cinnamon
      The default location is Innsbruck, Austria, and the weather is partly cloudy there.



    Nice applet.

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    Thank you very much. My mistake, before I work as root.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petrherynk View Post
    Thank you very much. My mistake, before I work as root.
    eheh
    Henk van Velden

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