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First backup the menus mv ~/.config/menus/ ~/.config/menus.bak Then open menulibre and your problems are solved. :)


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Try replacing Exec=env UBUNTU_MENUPROXY= usr/local/eclipse with Exec=env UBUNTU_MENUPROXY= /usr/local/eclipse (there's a / before usr).


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Looks like indicator-session might have crashed/failed to load. Press Alt+F2 and run: restart unity-panel-service If that doesn't work, try running: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/indicator-session/indicator-session-service in a terminal. Note. The x86_64-linux-gnu part is for Ubuntu 64-bit, if you are using Ubuntu 32-bit you should change it to ...


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Maybe to install indicator-appmenu will solve the problem. Run in terminal sudo apt-get install indicator-appmenu Take a look at How do I disable the global application menu?


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After searching for a long time I discovered that the gear is hidden if the evince window is too narrow. So widen the window to see the gear.


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SOLVED In the meantime, Ubuntu offered me update of linux kernel, so I rebooted the machine. Now everything runs ok, but still: Was it joke well played or a bug?


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There is a simpler method. Just type sudo apt-get remove hud in Terminal. It will remove all the other packages and you will get what you want.


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Yes, you should remove some packages. Use: sudo apt-get remove --purge appmenu-gtk appmenu-gtk3 appmenu-qt firefox-globalmenu thunderbird-globalmenu indicator-appmenu This will restore application menus in right place. UPD: there might be a few packages I missed. To find them, open Synaptic and in the search field enter "appmenu", check the found ...


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In order to integrate Java applications with the Unity bar you will need an external library. There is one called Java Ayatana that you can get from a PPA. Instructions are on that page but I'll put them here sudo add-apt-repository ppa: danjaredg/jayatana sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install jayatana You will need to log out and back in after ...



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