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I try install weather in gnome-shell via tutorials:

google.com/search?q=gnome+shell+weather

webupd8.org/2012/03/official-gnome-shell-extensions-weather.html

webupd8.org/2012/06/alternative-gnome-shell-weather.html

and still don't work, everything install without errors

gnome-tweak-tool from sudo and without looks same:

oh no

I just wanna have weather in panel :(

/etc/apt/sources.list.d$ ls -1
gnome-shell-extensions-ppa-precise.list
webupd8team-gnome3-precise.list
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did you have any success with my solution? –  rosch Nov 13 '12 at 19:32
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There are two solutions without having to add new ppa sources:

1. gnome-shell-extensions-weather

Do the following to have the weather in the top panel using gnome-shell-extensions-weather:

sudo apt-get install gnome-tweak-tool
sudo apt-get install gnome-shell-extensions-weather

Logout and back in.
Open the gnome-tweak-tool (gnome-tweak-tool in a terminal):
go to Shell Extensions and enable the weather indicator extension. It should appear in the top panel next to the time. Click on it for further configuration.

2. indicator-weather

This one will sit in the bottom panel.

sudo apt-get install indicator-weather

There will also be an entry in the startup applications' list. If you want to see it after the installation, run it from a terminal:

indicator-weather&

You can now go ahead and customize (adding locations, etc).

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