Le 14/10/2016 à 19:29, Fred Smith a écrit : > On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 10:11:08AM +0200, François Patte wrote: >> Bonjour, >> >> I have just installed googleearth (stable current) from an rpm >> downloaded from google-earth site. >> >> It seems to work, but if I ask for a location, it always zooms at the >> same place: somewhere in the atlantic ocean south of Africa, south of >> the Ivory coast. >> >> Is it a bug? Is there something to configure? > > I am not running the new Linux binary of Google Earth, so I probably > can't help much. All I can say is the one I"m running doesn't do > what you describe. > > Now, the prior version (that I"m using) is horribly broken in several > ways, and google left it in that state for years. however there is > a large forum thread (more than one, actually) where one guy gives > a TON of helpful information on how to hack at it to make it work, > including some tweaks to make it work on Fedora (which also happen to > work on centos-7, which I use.) So, you may find it helpful to find > that thread and revert to the prior version (if you can find it).
Thank you for this advice. Can you give a link to this forum? Thanks -- François Patte UFR de mathématiques et informatique Laboratoire CNRS MAP5, UMR 8145 Université Paris Descartes 45, rue des Saints Pères F-75270 Paris Cedex 06 Tél. +33 (0)1 8394 5849 http://www.math-info.univ-paris5.fr/~patte
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