Also is it possible to add Storm or Storm Radar as a weather service? I'm using Chronus with Weather Underground on my phone and AW watch.The location is correct but the temperature is not the same as the one I get in the WU app, on the web and off my own weather station which is connected to WU.Note: the proper way to fix this is to create a bug report with the Mint Distro and encourage them to add the updated version to their official repositories.I compiled version 0.8.9 with:./configure --prefix=/usrmakesudo make install I will try to recompile it and install from source, so it will possible to send to you whole messages.I am currently using an older installation of Mint, 17.3 I believe.
What process did you use and what was/is the output of the configure and build commands?
I may have had to add a PPA (Mint's main editions are based and built upon Ubuntu) in order to install one or both of these other weather apps.
I have not been aware of any interruptions in the weather data since doing so.
= NULL)xfce4-panel(external): weather-4: child exited with status 6xfce4-panel(external): weather-4: child is unembedded(xfce4-panel:12822): GLib-CRITICAL **: g_child_watch_add_full: assertion 'pid Another thing...
I've checked that both Linux Mint 18 Sarah and Linux Mint 18.1 have exactly the same version of xfce4-weather-plugin installed: Package: xfce4-weather-plugin Priority: optional Section: universe/x11Installed-Size: 4571Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers sudo apt-get remove xfce4-weather-plugin sudo apt-get install build-essential sudo apt-get build-dep xfce4-weather-plugin wget https://org/panel-plugins/xfce4-weather-plugin/snapshot/xfce4-weather-plugin-0.8.9bz2 (uncompress the file) ./configure --prefix=/usr --libdir=/usr/lib/$(uname -m)-linux-gnu --disable-debug make sudo make install Want more strange?