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You can access the driver manager and check if your wireless driver is enabled or not. This obviously depends on your network card, but that's the way I always set up my wireless connection.


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Use the following command to list the interfaces, sudo iwconfig Please check whether you have installed wireless adapter To check what drivers your wireless adapter is currently using, you may run the following command: sudo lshw -C network lshw lists information on your hardware -C network filters the output to only show the network class. In the ...


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Each indicator/applet (should) have a user setting letting the user specify autorun on startup. Installing the indicator does not run it as you discovered and a well-behaved indicator will not autorun unless set to do so by the user. However, in the unity dash, search for "start" and you'll find Startup Applications which will allow you to specify specific ...


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OK I managed to install the above indicators. I opened the dash and typed in the search box "indicator" Then both of the newly installed applets appeared as icons. I clicked on them one at a time and filled in the settings and now the applets are on the panel. I still do not know how to manually add applets to the panel though.


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agree with Demis, however, my system won't work until I remove parallels tool and installed it back (not just reinstall). I'm writing my workaround here http://aravir-rose.blogspot.com/2014/10/finally-ubuntu-410-on-parallels-desktop.html


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just right click on the mail icon, hit properties. you'll see a list of indicators like: sound, power management and messaging menu. check the box on the right next to messaging menu, close. log out, log back in and there, the icon should be gone. this hides the indicator instead of removing or deleting it which most of the times will result in issues ...


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error reset is now deprecated this seems to be the new command "unity-tweak-tool --reset-unity" but dont this mesage is the last: g_settings_set_value: value for key 'visual-bell-type' in schema 'org.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences' is outside of valid range (something like this) so... i pressed Control+C to abort then the terminal crashed (the scroll bar ...


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Try resetting Compiz, as there may be some problem with it. Many time while trying diffrent desktop environment it also occurs. To reset all the Compiz settings (this includes all the plugins settings, etc.) to the default values, open a terminal (don't run it with ALT + F2! Generally while everything is fine the top panel and launcher gets disappear after ...


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I have been wondering about this too, so far the only way I have been able to find to get a fully transparent panel in 14.04 is with this theme: http://satya164.deviantart.com/art/Gnome-Shell-Elegance-Colors-305966388



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