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Change 'deny' to 'allow' in : /etc/dbus-1/system.d/org.freedesktop.NetworkManager.conf The network-manager or the nm-applet is the one which is found in the systray. I used this page https://help.ubuntu.com/community/NetworkManager#Installation and did the following : sudo stop network-manager sudo apt-get install network-manager sudo apt-get install ...


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Here is a sample startup script that can be entered into the Exec= line of ~/.config/autostart/my-weather-indicator.desktop file instead of the command /opt/extras.ubuntu.com/my-weather-indicator/bin/my-weather-indicator: #!/bin/bash while true do MONITORS="$(xrandr | grep -v "eDP1 " | grep -c " connected ")" if [[ "$MONITORS" -eq 0 ]] ...


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This might be a little weird better answer if your problem is still not solved. I wrote a small python script to show the battery status and its percentage. But the only problem is that you need to run the script every time you need to see the status. from subprocess import Popen,PIPE ...


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I installed the latest version via ppa:stackapplet-dev/stackapplet as advised, just to find out the problem still resides in the code as I am writing this. A quick check shows the core of the problem you (and I) are experiencing: stackapplet is failing to authorize via the following URL: ...


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The problem still resides in the code as I am writing this. A quick check shows the core of the problem you (and I) are experiencing: stackapplet is failing to authorize via the following URL: http://stackauth.com/1.0/sites?key=_qlxmEAOH06hLA1_FsZIGQ&jsonp=jQuery1 … 4&_=1 … The call results in a 404 - Not Found. Until @nathan-osman (the author) ...


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Looks like the "You need to reboot to ensure installation of up-to-date software. Click here." hint that shows up after a software update if you should reboot. Click it. You need to reboot. Save stuff first.


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Update Problem seems to be solved due to updates or something (i woke up this morning ans all the icons are back)


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For me the answer into plasma desktop or KDE was into the system tray settings -> General -> network enabled and then in Entries -> show


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Try removing / re-inserting your mouse nano receiver. That helped me !


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Before anything else try restarting the power applet with a Hang-Up signal. pkill --signal HUP indicator-power && echo $? A status code of 0 should be displayed.


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As someone pointed out, I typed: initctl restart indicator-datetime and it worked fine.



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