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Installing kernel-wedge using the following command solved the problem: sudo apt-get install kernel-wedge
found it for gnome users only! If so, it sounds like your panel configuration has got messed up. From memory, if you right-click the lower panel then there should be an "add applet to panel" option, and you'll want to add "Window List". You may also want to add other default applets that you may have lost from that lower panel, such as "Show desktop", ...
Ok，I think that you have not created debian folder. The files which are install, rules and so on in debian folder are very important for creating deb package. So you should read debian official manual to learn how to do it. As you said, you should generate a install file for installing .jar file. Good luck.
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