Newbie question: No network manager applet icon in top bar in Ubuntu 7.10...
dvincent at sleepdeprived.ca
Sat Mar 1 19:46:53 UTC 2008
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Pawel Glowacki wrote:
> For some strange reason the icon of "nm-applet 0.6.5" network manager
> that I use to select and connect to a wireless network stopped to appear
> in the top-right part of my desktop ("taskbar"?), and I do not know how
> to redisplay it to see all available wireless networks. When I run
> ubuntu from "live-cd" it works ok, but the problem is when I start OS
> from the hard-drive.
> How to re-enable available networks list in the top bar next to the
> clock? Any ideas? Thanks!
You probably removed the "Notification Area". Right-click your top
panel (or "taskbar") and choose "Add to panel..." then look in the list
for "Notification Area". Add it back and see if that helps.
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