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SMHI weather plasmoid

   0.2.2  

Plasmoid Binary

Score 80%
SMHI weather plasmoid
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  4743
Submitted:  Nov 16 2008
Updated:  Apr 22 2009

Description:

Plasmoid showing 5-days forecast with data from SMHI, the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute. Is of course most suited for swedish users…

The icons are picked from Wojciech Grzankas superkaramba icon theme.


Features

- 5-days forecast with temperature, wind and weather
- Current weather observation (only works for Sweden)
- Interactive configuration




Changelog:

0.2.2
Fixed faulty weather icon sizes in KDE 4.2.2

0.2.1
Fixed segfault error on KDE 4.2

0.2.0
Fixed restore size on reboot issue
Compiles on KDE 4.2 (or at least on 4.2 RC1)
Cosmetic changes

0.1
Initial version




LicenseGPL
Source(Source tar.gz (version 0.2.2))
Ubuntu(Kubuntu-Intrepid amd64 (version 0.2.2))
Source(Source tar.gz (version 0.2.1))
Source(Source tar.gz (version 0.2.0))
Source(Source tar.gz (version 0.1))
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 Finally!!

 
 by loggeman on: Jan 4 2009
 
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Finally a plasmoid with which i can see the forecast for my town!

Previously I had to use the city next to me to get a somewhat close forecast. The sad thing is that the weather differs alot between two cities 30 kilometres apart. Especially when there's a huge lake, like the biggest one in Sweden, and a wide-but-not-so-high mountain involved so that forecast for the city next to mine is pretty useless.


I never stop to amaze about the advanced features in the human body's simplicity.
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 Proxy

 
 by fulgubbe on: Jan 30 2009
 
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I notice that the plasmoid doesn't work when using http-proxy.

Is it possible to add that function in a later version? Other plasmoids work fine with proxy.


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 Can't install

 
 by sanduskm on: Jan 31 2009
 
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I'm extremely new to linux...this is the first thing I've tried installing from source. I followed the "how to install" instructions and after the cmake command, it tells me the source does not contain CMakeLists.txt. What is my next step?


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 Unable to run, wrong install?

 
 by tzd on: Feb 1 2009
 
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I've managed to install it on a fedora 10 machine with kde 4.2. It appears under "Add widgets..." but when i add it to my desktop i get the smhi box, although all it says is:

"This object could not be created for the following reason:
Could not find requested component: smhi"

Can someone please help me?


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 Re: Unable to run, wrong install?

 
 by TotoKid on: Feb 23 2009
 
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I can confirm this on Kubuntu 8.10 (KDE 4.2.00).


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 Re: Unable to run, wrong install?

 
 by popq on: Feb 23 2009
 
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'make install' doesn't seem to actually copy the library (plasma_applet_smhi.so) from build/lib to the kde lib dir (/usr/lib/kde4 in my case)

Manually copying the file fixed it for me.


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 Re: Re: Unable to run, wrong install?

 
 by popq on: Feb 23 2009
 
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Oh, on Kubuntu 8.10, that is. KDE 4.2.


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 Icons

 
 by mintlars on: Apr 24 2009
 
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I still have crazy big icons even after the upgrade to 0.2.2


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 Re: Icons

 
 by svenstorp on: Apr 27 2009
 
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Did you restart plasma? Did you compile from source, or did you use the Ubuntu package?


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 Re: Re: Icons

 
 by mintlars on: May 8 2009
 
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I compiled it from source and have restarted plasma several times since then. Still biggy icons.


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 Re: Re: Re: Icons

 
 by svenstorp on: May 9 2009
 
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It seems like the lib-file isn't always installed by make install. Try to manually copy build/lib/plasma_applet_smhi.so to the install location (/usr/lib/kde4/ ?)


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 Rated down

 
 by Jimbo99 on: Apr 26 2009
 
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I rated it down because there's only one option and that's for the 64bit. I know, i know. Most people are still using 32 bit even when 64bit has been around along time.


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 Re: Rated down

 
 by svenstorp on: Apr 27 2009
 
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Nope, there are two options: Ubuntu amd64 package, or compile from source ;)

People with the skills to make packages for their own distribution and architecture are most welcome to submit their builds!

A god tutorial to get you started with Ubuntu packages:
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PackagingGuide/Basic?action=show&redirect=HowToBuildDebianPackagesFromScratch


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 Re: Re: Rated down

 
 by Azz on: Mar 13 2010
 
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Could someone pls help me to make an 32bit deb-file?

I was looking at your link but I do not have the time to learn/try that :(


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