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I was wondering the same thing, but then yesterday used System Monitor, and there is a Process running (Einstein@Home IIRC, grinding away at some data), so the BOINC Manager doesn't have to be obviously running for BOINC to be happening. Check that, you might be just fine!
Nevermind, I solved it. I disabled "enable application indicator" and magically the tray icon showed in systray area. Thank you anyway!
This means system load, check these resources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Load_(computing) http://serverfault.com/questions/67759/how-to-understand-the-memory-usage-and-load-average-in-linux-server http://superuser.com/questions/23498/what-does-load-average-mean-in-unix-linux ...
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