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After the upgrade to natty I am missing various applets for the gnome-panel. Thy do not appear in the »add to panel« dialog although they are probably installed. These do I miss:

  • netspeed
  • tomboy sensor-applet
  • gnome-powermanager (to avoid power saving mode)
  • and some others more

That's so annoying! Does anyone know how to get them running? It would also interesting if someone else has this issue, please tell..

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up vote 2 down vote accepted

Now there seems to be an solution:

 sudo aptitude install gnome-panel-bonobo indicator-applet-appmenu indicator-applet-complete

This bring you back the old missing applets...

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