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You seems using unity-2d , just logoff and select unity-3d and try . Logoff ----> Click on the icon in the picture. Choose 3d and login . Now try , and reply .
Reinstall indicator-datetime. sudo apt-get install indicator-datetime sudo dpkg-reconfigure --frontend noninteractive tzdata Reboot .
install dconf editor sudo apt-get install dconf-tools gksu dconf-editor goto com >> canonical>> indicators >> datetime and tick show clock
In terminal, execute the following. cp /usr/share/lxpanel/profile/Lubuntu/panels/panel ~/.config/lxpanel/Lubuntu/panels then logout and login.
I solved this by removing the oxygen-gtk theme. sudo rm -rf /usr/share/themes/oxygen-gtk/ See Restore GTK integration after removing KDE
I was tooling around in synaptic, which I installed later to me figure this out. I noticed GNOME-terminal wasn't installed, so I installed it. Suddenly my links work properly now. To be certain, I uninstalled it, and deleted the link I made recommended by Sneetsher Once uninstalled I was getting the same errors. When I install GNOME-terminal again, it ...
Try running: sudo update-alternatives --config x-terminal-emulator Find mate-terminal in the list and enter the number beside it. If mate-terminal is not in the list you can add it with: sudo update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/x-terminal-emulator x-terminal-emulator mate-terminal /path/to/executable 50 Where /path/to/executable is the path ...
Make a link: sudo ln -s /usr/bin/mate-terminal /usr/bin/xterm
Good news is : you can uninstall that indicator. I think the package you need to remove is indicator-printers : sudo apt-get remove indicator-printers Then just reboot or reload your session and you're good to go. To remove other indicators, check which are installed with : dpkg -l | grep indicator And you can sudo apt-get remove packagename the ...
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