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I am running Xubuntu 14.04 32bit on a Lenovo X200 and got some strange behavior from the panel-indicator and panel-notification applets.

Both show blueman and I got multiple keyboard layout setting. So I got 3 icons for the keyboard, one would be enough. Also I lost my network icon so no way of using the WiFi now.

But if I log into the guest account, I do have the network icon so don't know what's wrong there, when I try to restart the network service it fail!

Can it be some broken package? It is a clean and fresh install. Should I switch to the 64bit version?

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Perhaps there is an answer to get the network icon back:

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Thank's that actualy has worked for the network icon :3 – GothSparkImvu Apr 29 '14 at 0:03

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