Known issues in Stellarium 0.10.4

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This page lists bugs and other issues specific to Stellarium 0.10.4 that are known to the community and/or the development team. The purpose of this list is to provide solutions and information about common problems, please report new bugs to the bug tracker.
  
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==Landscapes not showing correct in Ubuntu 10.4 and Linux mint 9==
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This is easily repaired with a small script.
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Start gedit with an empty file and enter this text in it:
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LC_NUMERIC=C stellarium
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Save the file in your home directory and give it the name:
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stellarium.sh
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Start nautilus or another filebrowser and change the rights of the file so that it is executable.
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Now right click on your menu and choose "edit menu". Change the menu item for stellarium and point to the script you just created. And voila the landscapes show again.
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==See also==
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* [[Known issues in Stellarium 0.10.1]]
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* [[Known issues in Stellarium 0.10.2]]
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* [[Known issues in Stellarium 0.10.3]]
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* [[FAQ|Frequently Asked Questions]]
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* [[:Category:User's Guide|User's Guide]]
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[[Category: Known issues]]

Latest revision as of 03:59, 5 July 2012

This page lists bugs and other issues specific to Stellarium 0.10.4 that are known to the community and/or the development team. The purpose of this list is to provide solutions and information about common problems, please report new bugs to the bug tracker.

[edit] Landscapes not showing correct in Ubuntu 10.4 and Linux mint 9

This is easily repaired with a small script. Start gedit with an empty file and enter this text in it:

LC_NUMERIC=C stellarium

Save the file in your home directory and give it the name: stellarium.sh

Start nautilus or another filebrowser and change the rights of the file so that it is executable.

Now right click on your menu and choose "edit menu". Change the menu item for stellarium and point to the script you just created. And voila the landscapes show again.

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