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Following indications from here: Right-click on Xfce panel and navigate to “Panel -> Panel Preferences …. Under Items tab, put “Indicator Plugin” right after the “Notification Area” plugin to improve consistency. Tick the box after “Application Menus (Global Menu)” to hide the menus of VLC, Firefox etc (and let them appear normally in their application's ...


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You can try TopMenu, a global menu bar applet for MATE 1.8+. You can find precompiled packages and instructions in Web Upd8 article.


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Recent Notifications indicator is a solution that I have just found. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jconti/recent-notifications sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install indicator-notifications recent-notifications


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Coincidentally, I just ran into the same issue. It seems to be a bug, because restarting Dropbox fixes it temporarily, but only until the next restart. To fix it permanently, we need to edit and rename the dropbox.desktop file in ~/.config/autostart/ How to fix it permanently: rename the file ~/.config/autostart/dropbox.desktop into: start_dropbox.desktop ...


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I hope this is what you need: from system load indicator: CPU: $(percent(cpu.inuse)), iowait $(percent(cpu.io))


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Not yet, but a launchpad project has been started and if you get in now, you might get to influence its features...


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when the date changes -- use cron (man at); also how to execute a command after resume from suspend? Another thing is for app to be notified. Usual thing for IPC is signal handler (POSIX setsig()) and using kill command with custom signal id, e.g. SIGUSR1. Do you write with C?


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Prime Indicator is a small, helpful Ubuntu AppIndicator for Nvidia Optimus users running Ubuntu 14.04 which allows users to quickly switch between Intel and Nvidia graphics cards. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install prime-indicator


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What fixed the issue here (Mint 17, compatible with Ubuntu 14.04) was: sudo apt-get install --reinstall network-manager sudo apt-get install --reinstall network-manager-gnome sudo service dbus restart followed by a logout and then a login. In fact, many other notification area indicators were missing (not only nm-applet), and this fixed them all.


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The problem was that I removed the notification area. This includes the volume indicator, the network applet and the battery status. The solution is simple: Add the notification area to your panel. You do so by right-clicking on the panel, "Add to Panel..." and choosing Notification Area: This gives you the network manager applet (nm-applet), the sound / ...


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From System Monitor settings, open "Indicator items", click on the empty row, and click "Down" button until that empty row sits at the bottom. That makes the textual Disk indicator disappear:


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Try by replacing the below line GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash acpi_osi=Linux acpi_backlight=vendor"


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use the following resources if you don't have them: deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/indicator-brightness/ppa/ubuntu trusty main deb-src http://ppa.launchpad.net/indicator-brightness/ppa/ubuntu trusty main Try the following and see if problem solved: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install indicator-brightness


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It turns out that the indicator-sound package was missing. This probably occurred as a result of purging pulseaudio to fix its issues. Reinstalling it immediately made it available.


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I use system-load-indicator by Michael Hoffmann. It shows everything (CPU, net, disk...) but you can selectively turn on what goes into the indicator panel. Have a look at that.


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I do not think that it is a bug. The Linux kernel will not charge the device when it is almost full to preserve the battery. It will only start charging again when it is below 90 % or so. It will only go to 100 % when it is charging from less than say 90 %.


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Kdocker can minimize any application to the system tray. I use it with a keyboard shortcut <Super> + s . http://kdocker.sourceforge.net/


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Apparently this popup has something to do with my Google account being linked in Online Accounts. In that settings menu, I turned off Empathy's association with Google, and the Telephony Service Indicator popups stopped. Weird.


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You are running by default, the Intel Pstate system in Ubuntu 14.10. To use the older ACPI method, you need to edit the grub file and reboot: Open a terminal alt+ctrl+t and enter the folowing lines: sudo cp /etc/default/grub /etc/default/grub.backup sudo nano /etc/default/grub In the Nano editor, look for the line beginning with ...


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As with some Gnome extensions, installing doesn't work if the extension says it does not support that version of Gnome - even if it does work. So to install it: Download the extension from the extension ...


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Add the notification area to your panel. You do so by right-clicking on the panel, "Add to Panel..." and choosing Notification Area: This gives you the network manager applet (nm-applet), the sound / volume chooser and the battery indicator.



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