I just ran into this. It is available in 18.4 bionic, so if you edit the sources file: /etc/apt/sources.list.d/nathan-renniewaldock-ubuntu-flux-cosmic.list, and change cosmic to bionic on the first line, you'll be able to install it.
So I'm running ubuntu 17.10 and I want to know if there's a way to set different day and night temps instead of just adjusting night temps. On windows You can set a day/night/bedtime setting, is there a way to do this with the linux version?
Follow up, if not, has anyone tried installing f.lux through WINE? I love the windows gui and wish we had something like that on linux.
I know some tools but I don't think they are useful on a system level to connect them to f.lux.
For wine, personnaly, I find always problems with so i don't use it. You will be familiar with Linux GUI very quickly.
I'm not using Windows!
Obviously it's related to flux programming.
I apologize. I posted at a bad time and I failed to look at which forum this is (I see now that it's the Linux forum).
Anyway, again, this is not the way f.lux is designed to work. This is also the first time I have seen someone say that they have this problem outside of Windows. Something must be interfering with f.lux on your computer.
There's no need to get offended. I am only trying to help.