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"Creating it yourself" is easy if you drop the "indicator panel" requirement... Otherwise, you'll have to start programming... So the easy part: Press Ctrl+Alt+T and type uptime | cut --characters=14-18 and you'll see the time in hours since the computer was last booted. If you turn on your machine every day, it will give you your exact computer usage ...


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if everything else fails,use this sudo apt-get install indicator-applet-complete quick restart and you should see it on the panel again


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this fixed it for me... sudo apt-get install indicator-applet-complete


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This fixed it for me sudo apt-get install indicator-applet-complete


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If you have a wireless mouse plugged in it may be hiding underneath of it, just click the mouse and it should be in that pop-up menu,


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I have same issue in Precise. Tried: sudo mv /usr/lib/unity/unity-panel-service ~ Worked after I reversed the command and put unity-panel-service back in its original folder. I don't understand why it would take removing the file and putting it back, for it to work. If anyone understands why, I'm sure a lot of people would love to know. But it ...


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Run this command from the terminal, just copy and paste for accuracy. sudo apt-get install --reinstall network-manager network-manager-gnome This should work if you uninstalled the icon by mistake.


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Do you always: Completely discharge your battery before charging it again? Leave the battery in a dark, cool, dry space when you don't need it (like when working from office/home) Always fully charge your battery and only then remove the power cords? If the above is three times "no", then your battery is busted! If the above is three times "yes": is ...


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It's an "Application indicator": Application indicators provide a simple and effective API to provide an application icon in the notification area in the top-right part of the screen, and provide simple, accessible, and complete access to key parts of your application. With bindings for C, Python, and Mono, you can integrate your app into the ...


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You would have to re-enable systray through a patch. Try running the following commands to install the appropriate patch for Ubuntu 14.10 sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gurqn/systray-utopic sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade Then, restart Unity by pressing ALT + F2 and entering "unity" or by logging out. The PPA should then automatically whitelist all ...


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Nice, ideally the wifi access point would use only WPA2-AES instead of TKIP as noted from your results and another parameter that usually helps is echo "options iwlwifi 11n_disable=8" | sudo tee -a /etc/modprobe.d/iwlwifi.conf I can't tell if your access point is 11N only but I would guess it is as some Intel cards won't connect unless the 11n_disable=8 ...


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I solved the problem by installing **sudo apt-get install indicator-applet-complete**. All my indicators are then reappeared I de-installed and everything remained. Why is working? I do not know, probably the installation of it has made it possible to correct a corrupted or missing file. (maybe) :)


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I followed the directions in the accepted answer but it didn't help in my case (I'm also using Unity on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS). Interestingly, I also had somehow lost the Wifi indicator, and following a fix for that issue, found here: No wi-fi icon/ option in Ubuntu 14.04 ..also fixed the placement of the Dropbox icon.


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Following works for me. Click: System Settings, Text Entry, and finally select Show current input source in the menu bar


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Although Sneetshers answer is perfect I discovered a simpler (and obvious) solution. This approach works with JDownloader, but should also work with all other Java programs. Just remove the logo rm ~/.jdownloader/jd/img/logo/jd_logo_128_128.png and afterwards create a invalid png icon with touch ~/.jdownloader/jd/img/logo/jd_logo_128_128.png Using this ...


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You can install Guake Terminal from software center. Its a drop down terminal and add it in your start up programs.


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It's Remmina Remote Desktop Client. Although I don't think it is the culprit for the freezing, you can stop it from being launched at initialization by running on a terminal: rm ~/.config/autostart/remmina-applet.desktop


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For Java Apps: Actually for JDownloader case, It's a modular design. Tray icon comes as a plugin that can be disabled from: JDownloader → Addons → Addon Manager → Extensions → Uncheck Activate box for JD Light Tray For Java applications general case, It is possible to use Java security manager by writing a custom policy rules. Create ...



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