I have always used gtk-redshift to adjust the color temperature of my laptop, but since I've upgraded it to Ubuntu 12.10, redshift doesn't work anymore. When I start it I get this error:
Started Geoclue provider `Geoclue Master'. Using provider `geoclue'. ** WARNING **: Could not get location, 3 retries left. ** WARNING **: Could not get location, 2 retries left. ** WARNING **: Could not get location, 1 retries left. ** WARNING **: Provider does not have a valid location available. Unable to get location from provider.
I know that I can force the latitude and the longitude without using a provider, but I'm travelling frequently so it's not a good solution for me.
I've already tried some solutions like installing
geoclue-hostip with no luck. It seems to be a Ubuntu 12.10 dependant issue. Have you experienced the same issue?