On 10/25/2015 10:27 AM, Matthew Saltzman wrote:
> On Sat, 2015-10-24 at 19:30 -0700, Joseph Loo wrote:
>> On 10/24/2015 02:54 PM, Matthew Saltzman wrote:
>>> My issue is the reverse of the thread about openweathermap.org.
>>> Openweathermap.org is working fine for me in the OpenWeather GNOME
>>> plugin, but if I switch to forecast.io, nothing loads. This used to
>>> work fine a couple of months ago, but now it fails on multiple
>>> machines. I have API keys for both sources and I can log into both
>>> a browser.
>>> I find the forecast.io reports more accurate than
>>> so I'd prefer to switch, if I could get it working again.
>>> Any suggestions or related experiences?
>> Did you load the api key using the xxx.io registered key?
> My API key appears in the OpenWeather settings window under Weather
> provider. Is that what you're asking, or is there something else I need
> to do? I can use that key to log into forecast.io's Web site.
I am not sure, but remember there are 2 keys, one for .org and the
other for .io. Just a guess, since you are using the .io you might need
to get the api key from .io and put it in to make it work.
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On 10/25/2015 01:29 PM, Matthew Saltzman wrote:
> On Sun, 2015-10-25 at 03:06 +0000, Andre Robatino wrote:
>> Matthew Saltzman <mjs <at> clemson.edu> writes:
>>> My issue is the reverse of the thread about
>>> openweathermap.org. Openweathermap.org is working fine for me
>>> in the OpenWeather GNOME plugin, but if I switch to
>>> forecast.io, nothing loads. This used to work fine a couple of
>>> months ago, but now it fails on multiple machines. I have API
>>> keys for both sources and I can log into both from a browser.
>>> I find the forecast.io reports more accurate than
>>> openweathermap.org, so I'd prefer to switch, if I could get it
>>> working again.
>> Are you on F21? Recently forecast.io changed to require HTTPS,
>> and F22 and F23 have stable update fixes, but the F21 version
>> is still in testing (but just reached 7 days in testing so
>> probably will be pushed to stable soon, even if no one tests
> Sorry, should have mentioned, I'm on F22. OpenWeather version is
> 39, installed via the GNOME Plugins Web site and TweakTool.
Well, I'm on F22 and
(the current stable version) is working fine for me using either
forecast.io or openweathermap.org. I don't know whether what you're
using has the fix, but probably not.
P.S. The F21 version was just submitted for stable and should be in
the next F21 push. I received your message as an email but it hasn't
appeared in the users list, even though you CC'd it to that, and I
don't know if this one will either.
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I'm a novice at assessing the question of multi-boot vs using
I've seen a lot of discussion on this topic on this email list; some of it
expressed with frustration ("I can't upgrade my Fedora installation
because of my multi-boot setup ..."; or "why use a multi-boot system; use
So my general interest is to continue using Fedora as my primary OS; but
enough times, I need to use the MS Office suite.
I have a laptop (Dell Latitude E6220 with MS Windows 7 factory-installed;
750GB HD, 8GB RAM). I've begun a few multi-boot installations using
Fedora, to see what some of direct challenges are (the first
steps to shrink an existing partition, in order to create room for a
Fedora installation). But have never completed an installation.
My issue is the reverse of the thread about openweathermap.org.
Openweathermap.org is working fine for me in the OpenWeather GNOME
plugin, but if I switch to forecast.io, nothing loads. This used to
work fine a couple of months ago, but now it fails on multiple
machines. I have API keys for both sources and I can log into both from
I find the forecast.io reports more accurate than openweathermap.org,
so I'd prefer to switch, if I could get it working again.
Any suggestions or related experiences?
Clemson University Math Sciences
mjs AT clemson DOT edu
Over the last few days I've become increasingly frustrated with the
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would show up for whatever application that I was using in that moment.
And with a little more time, the <Alt-Tab> function would fail. Lastly,
the the click function on the mouse/touchpad was somehow disabled, so that
selecting something from a menu was not possible.
My general solution was to login from another machine via ssh, su to root,
and then poweroff/reboot the machine.
I also dis/re-assembled the machine and cleaning it, on the speculation
that there could be something that was causing a short somewhere.
As a troubleshooting possiblity, on bootup today I used the prior kernel
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control for that parameter. Well, not that I can see.
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Thanks - jon