Flux on Linux mint not working.
thupten last edited by thupten
when starting the flux-gui, nothing happens. I have already set the lat, long. Pressing on preview button works for few seconds then it returns back. I tried opening from terminal, applet starts with following warnings on console.
$ sudo fluxgui
[sudo] password for tc:
/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.7/fluxgui/fluxgui.py:162: GtkWarning: Cannot transform xsetting Net/IconThemeName of type gchararray to type GdkColor
/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.7/fluxgui/fluxgui.py:162: Warning: g_value_unset: assertion 'G_IS_VALUE (value)' failed
/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.7/fluxgui/fluxgui.py:162: GtkWarning: Cannot transform xsetting Net/IconThemeName of type gchararray to type gint
hyshka last edited by
Hey thupten, I am having the same issue running the 4.2.2 kernel on Arch Linux. Did you manage to get it working?
I think those errors are harmless and are only related to the applet icon.
Have you tried running the xflux daemon manually? I am going to test something like this for my location:
xflux -l 53.5216 -g -113.5110 -k 3400
Tungsten_smooth last edited by
Yep, xflux works great! Thanks for putting out the command, I could not remember it, so that makes it easy for others!
You can put it in a startup command.
JCSzamosi last edited by
Just wondering if anyone managed to solve this? I'm on Ubuntu 14.04 and I have the same issue.
If not, is there a way to set xflux to transition gradually on the command line? It doesn't have a man page and I can't find a list of parameters anywhere.