Ubuntu :: Accidently Removed Gnome's Default Clock?

May 13, 2011

Lifetime Windows user here, finally decided to dualboot Ubuntu =) So far, I've been doing pretty good with figuring things out on my own but now...I was customizing the panel and accidentally clicked "remove from panel" on the clock, which took with it the controller for banshee, bluetooth menu, ect. I can use Add to Panel to get a clock back, but it doesnt have the other things that were attached to the default one =S

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Ubuntu :: Accidently Removed Gnome And No Available Internet Connection?

Jun 24, 2011

emoving some applications/libraries in synaptics and accidentally removed gnome-core.I am on a wpa2 hidden wireless network, and getting that up and running through the terminal in recovery mode has been killer, I've searched about half a dozen threads and nothing is seeming to work.My wired like is pretty far away and I really do not want to keep moving my desktop all over the house.When in the terminal i type apt-get install gnome-core it tells me I need to download 11 new packages, of course it fails because theres no connection. Is there any way I could use a command to compile a list packages I need to reinstall gnome-core, manually retrieve them from the ftp.us.debian.org, save them to eternal media and install them with dpkg -i *.deb?

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SUSE / Novell :: Removed Accidently Removed Panel At Suse 11.1?

Jan 9, 2009

I accidently removed bottom panel of suse 11.1.Please be so kind to help me to get it back my bottom panel.

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Ubuntu :: Lost Default User Log On / Accidently Deleated Lucid Default Theme

May 18, 2010

accidently deleated ubuntu lucid default theme,and lost the default user logon,it's now flat and gray.how to get it back?i still have the background, not the user logon

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Fedora :: Gnome3 Fallback Mode Fc15 Removed Taskbar And Clock?

Jun 18, 2011

accidentally removed my clock and system tray i guess i deleted some applets Im running Fedora 15 Gnome 3 in Fallback modeIs there any way to restore them?

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General :: How To Change Default Position Of Cairo Clock

Feb 8, 2010

I am using ubuntu. I have Cairo clock on my startup list, but after logging in cairo-clock appears on left top corner, but as it is the position reserved for computer, my home, mounted volumes etc. So I want to change default position of cairo-clock to left but there is no such option in the preferences of cairo-clock. My cairo-clock version is cairo-clock 0.3.4. Can I edit any config file of cairo-clock.

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Ubuntu :: Should Unity/Compiz Be Removed If Using Gnome 3 In Natty

Apr 22, 2011

I've played around with both Unity and Gnome 3 and I love them both. I've decided for now I'm using Unity on my laptop but I was thinking I'll use Gnome 3 on my desktop for particular reasons (I may switch to Unity if I find I'd like it better). My question is, if I install Gnome 3 via the ppa, wouldn't compiz no longer be supported with Gnome 3? Matter of fact I probably wouldn't use anything from compiz even if it could. Hence would it be safe to remove unity and all of compiz or do things in Ubuntu still depend on them? I also wouldn't want them still running in the background or anything. Perhaps now that Ubuntu decided to go the Unity way, that they should support a Gnome-shell build? Like Kubuntu/Xubuntu, even though regular Ubuntu still uses Gnome.

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Ubuntu :: How To Autostart Alarm Clock In Gnome

Nov 19, 2010

I installed 'Alarm Clock' from the Software Center and would like to have said app autostarts. There is an option in Alarm Clock to autostart with Gnome but that doesn't work so I assume the reason being I'm not root.

How to autostart Alarm Clock?

Also, in System > Preferences > Startup Applications, the 'Add' asks for a command. Is this like Windows whereas I simply point it to the app I want started? I don't even know where apps are installed. Who said ignorance is bliss?

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Ubuntu :: Unity Clock And Weather In GNOME?

Nov 21, 2010

I have 10.10 Ubuntu (upgraded from 10.04), it's all nice and I like it, I use what I believe is called Ubuntu Desktop environment.During the summer I read about a new weather forecast applet built in the clock that really caught my attention.

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Ubuntu :: Indicator Applet Removed Accidentally From Gnome Panel

Nov 1, 2010

I removed indicator applet from gnome panel accidentally. is there any way to bring it back?

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Ubuntu :: Custom Weather Location For Gnome Clock

May 23, 2010

I live in Dunedin, New Zealand. Dunedin isn't listed as a city in the Gnome clock location thing - only Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland are in New Zealand.I can add my own custom city by specifying the latitude and longitude, which I have done, but I also want the weather for Dunedin to show up.Weather for Dunedin is available from Weather Underground, iGoogle and many other weather sites.

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Ubuntu :: Get The Gnome Panel Clock To Work Correctly

Oct 30, 2010

I recently installed 10.10, and I have not been able to get the gnome panel clock to work correctly. I will set it to the correct time, but every time I reboot it will be wrong by several hours. I have never had a problem in previous versions and I have always set the clock by right-clicking on the clock -> Preferences ->Time Settings. Am I doing something wrong or is there an easy way to synchronize with a time server?

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Ubuntu :: Gnome Clock Applet Shows Time One Second Behind?

Apr 17, 2011

I recently noticed that the time displayed in the Gnome Clock applet is exactly (or nearly so) one second behind NTP time.I have a NTP server on my small network to which I sync my other PCs. Some of the applications I run are critical of time and need sub second accuracy - I am also a bit of Time Nut as well.My NTP server is OK. My PCs can sync to my NTP server OK. My applications which require precise time get the right time from NTP - BUT - the time displayed in the GNOME Clock applet is always behind one second!I have spent much time searching for others with similar problems and their solutions but so far nothing - hence my asking here, why do I see this behaviour and what can I do about it

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Debian Installation :: Know If Gnome Desktop Is Completely Removed?

Mar 17, 2011

I have corrupted my /usr/ partition. I thought I recovered my server thingies okay. The problem is with gnome desktop. It won't show the login screen and furthermore there's a lot of error in ldconfig messages -- because of the corrupted /usr/ partition.I started picking out these erring files -- using aptitude purge and the rm command if it cannot be purged...That's how I tried to clean my /usr/ corrupted partition.How do I know I managed to cleanly removed all traces of the desktop gnome? -- also how could I install the desktop again.

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Ubuntu :: Won't Gnome Panel Clock Show Local Time / Why Is So?

Sep 30, 2010

When I travel, I would like to tell my laptop that I, as a user, am in a different time zone that what the OS may think is local. And I would like the clock on my desktop (default Gnome bar date/time display) to show the local time.

Instead, I currently have to use sudo and change the system time... (click on the clock, choose time settings, set system time -- there are no other choices given). The applet thing allows me to add other locations, but they only show up if I click on the icon, as extra times below the main one.

Am I missing something? Using the wrong app?

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Fedora :: GNOME Clock Applet Can't Get Weather (F14)?

Mar 7, 2011

It simply doesn't work. No matter what city I put there (I even tried putting American cities) the applet just widens a bit to the left and shows nothing. Doing some searches, I learned the protocol it uses is called METAR, the data is provided by airports, and the list of locations is at:[URL]..

But this file doesn't exist! What exists is:[URL].. And that one only has American cities. But, as I said, not even American cities work. Where should I start looking?

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OpenSUSE :: World Clock Applet That Can Be Run In Gnome 3

Jul 2, 2011

Any one know of a world clock applet that can be run in gnome 3, something that you can show or choose from different cities around the world.

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Ubuntu :: Accidentally Removed Messaging Menu Icon From Gnome Panel And Can't Put It Back

May 2, 2010

I accidentally removed messaging menu icon from gnome panel, and I can't put it back. I found this: [URL], but it doesn't say how to put the icon back on the panel.

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Ubuntu :: Possible To Use CSS Code To Make Gnome Panel Clock Text Blink?

Sep 7, 2010

I was wondering if it is at all possible to use CSS code to make the Gnome panel clock text blink. I Googled a bunch of CSS code which is supposedly used to create a blinking text effect but none work in the Gnome panel clock. Is there any sort of CSS code which can do that? If so, what is it?

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Debian Multimedia :: Custom Precision Of Clock On Gnome

Aug 18, 2015

I remember that 10 years ago or so, I used to have on a Debian desktop a clock which displayed the time on a custom level of approximation, e.g. quarter to five for 04:47 or even "morning/late evening/etc". I can't remember if it was a customization of the default clock or a separate program. I didn't have luck searching on the internet. Is it possible to get something similar with Gnome on Jessie?

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Fedora :: Gnome Clock Applet Font Color

Sep 26, 2009

Does anyone know how to change the font color for the clock applet? I have a dark background on my desktop and want the panel to be transparent but I can't read the clock.

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Apr 27, 2010

I'd like to have two gnome clock applets, one with the regular default time and date in the upper right hand corner (the default) and another set to epoch time. However, I can't figure out how to set the second gnome clock applet to display the epoch time. I'm running FC12.

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Fedora :: GNOME Clock Applet In Bottom Panel

Jun 29, 2010

I'm experiencing a strange problem with GNOME Clock on Fedora 13. When the applet is in the bottom panel, and I click on the clock, the popup display appears at the top of the screen rather than at the bottom of the screen (above the bottom panel) as would be expected. Worse, the display appears higher than would be expected had the clock been on the top panel, meaning the display is cutoff (ie, the display goes off the top of the screen). I've tried playing with my .gconf files, and removing and re-adding the GNOME Clock applet, but nothing has worked. I'm not sure if this is a weird quirk particular to my settings, or a more general bug; can readers here check to see if the behavior I've described occurs if the Clock applet is added to the bottom panel?

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Fedora :: GNOME Clock / Weather Missing Completely

Jul 5, 2010

After upgrading to F13 certainly - but from time to time my clock in Gnome will throw a wobbly. Not even consistent wobblies, sometimes the weather is missing completely, as now, sometimes only a slice of the weather icon appears, and the time/date display can be garbled. It seems to happen after a change such as booting up or a weather update, I've tried removing the applet from the panel and re-installing it, and even removing and re-installing the top panel. I'm reluctant to try removing and reinstalling Gnome-applets as that can remove a whole slew of dependencies and possibly bork an otherwise reliable install, after all I can live with it.

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Fedora :: Way To Display Seconds On Clock Of GNOME Status Bar?

Jun 1, 2011

Is there a way to display the seconds on the clock of the GNOME status bar?

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General :: Add Countdown Clock To Gnome Desktop Using Centos5 & F14?

Apr 10, 2011

I am going to allow myself a few cheeky ones next weekend. So I though it would be nice to have a clock on my desktop reminding me of how long to go. Is there a countdown clock I can add to my Gnome desktop? I am using Centos5 & F14.

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General :: No 12 Hour Format Available In Gnome Clock (UK English)

Sep 2, 2010

Very simple question but very frustrating as none of the other threads/bug reports/whatever have had quite the same problem. I want gnome clock to display the time in 12 hour format. The suggested solution is something like right-click the clock -> Preferences and somewhere there will be an option to choose 12/24 hour time. Problem is I don't have that option.

The help has a note that 12 hour time "is not shown if your session language does not use the 12 hour clock" but this really shouldn't be a problem? My language/locale/city, everything I can think of, it's all some variation of en_GB, UK English, Brisbane, Australia: all places which should allow the option of 12 hour clock! So why don't I have that option?

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Jun 22, 2011

I am using 64 bit F15 with gnome in fallback mode with compiz.I see the clock in the login screen, but with no changes clock does not show anymore and i can't see the notification area (the four desktops in the right corner as well as the windows name). I have deleted .gconf and .gconfd (that solved a similar issue time ago), but it does not work this time.I have

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Fedora :: Extend List Of Locations In Gnome Weather Applet / Clock?

Mar 24, 2010

Is there any method to add a location to the list in the gnome weather applet/clock ?
[EDIT] To be more precise: my location is not there, how to extend the list with my location so I could have weather displayed for my city

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Debian :: Change Clock Type In Industrial Ximian Gnome Window

Sep 25, 2010

I've Lenny with Gnome installed. Under System -> Administration -> Login Window -> Local, I have Industrial Ximian Gnome theme. How to change clock type from 12 to 24 in the Industrial Ximian Gnome window?

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