Ubuntu :: Accidentally Removed Rhythmbox Notification Icon - Get It Back?

Jun 19, 2010

I accidentally removed rhythmboxes notification icon on my new Lynx installation and I dont know how to get it back.

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Ubuntu :: Accidentally Removed Messaging Menu Icon From Gnome Panel And Can't Put It Back

May 2, 2010

I accidentally removed messaging menu icon from gnome panel, and I can't put it back. I found this: [URL], but it doesn't say how to put the icon back on the panel.

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Ubuntu :: Lucid - Cannot Get Rhythmbox Notification Icon Back

May 20, 2010

I have a machine running Ubuntu 10.04 and I accidentally removed the Rhythmbox icon in the notification area by right clicking it and I think I must have selected remove or something.

The problem is I cannot seem to get it back and it is enabled under the Plugins section of Rhythmbox.

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Ubuntu :: Accidentally Removed Network Icon From Top Panel?

Jun 26, 2010

I accidentally removed network and sound icon from top panel. Is there any way how to put it back? I've read several howtos that I've to add notification area but it doesn't really work.I know that if I delete this user and create a new one the icons will be there again but I'd like to do it cleaner way.This is how it should look like (untouched user account):And this is what I've done :-/Network icon is missing in both accounts (removed by accident while trying to remove something else :-/ in user "tata" it at least shows sound button.

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Ubuntu :: Accidentally Removed Messaging Icon From Top Menu Bar?

Sep 6, 2010

I accidentally removed the message icon on my top menu bar in lucid lynx. Its the one which you click to get easy access to instant messaging, gwibber and evolution, how do I got about getting it back?

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Ubuntu Networking :: WIFI Icon Accidentally Removed From Panel?

May 10, 2010

just installed ubuntu 10.4. While exploring most of the basic function, I accidentally removed my WIFI icon from the panel.

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Ubuntu :: Rhythmbox Notification Icon?

Feb 19, 2011

Since when did the Rhythmbox notification icon get removed from the panel and merged in with the volume/sound notification icon in gnome?When I started using 10.10 Rythmbox had its own notification icon on the top gnome panel. now i have rebuilt my computer with 10.10 and the icon is gone but the Rythmbox controls are built into the sound notification icon.I did install the updates while the Ubuntu 10.10 install was running (there is an option to download and install update in the OS install wizard).I just want to know if this came down as some kind of update.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Banshee Tray Icon Removed - How To Get It Back

Jul 29, 2010

Well, I had recently removed every single file regarding banshee, and when I reinstalled it, the tray icon turned into this (I pressume I removed the tray icon as well and it didn't "return after" reinstalling banshee): How can I fix this and bring the tray icon back? I've tried reinstalling it, even installing newer (sometimes unstable) versions, and it didn't work.

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Slackware :: Get Back Accidentally Removed "tar" Package?

Aug 14, 2010

I accidentally removed tar package and now pkgtools are not usable when I try to install back tar-1.23 How do I get back with my tar program?

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Ubuntu :: Accidentally Removed Environment

Dec 27, 2010

I have Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx. I recently started messing with the desktop environment, going from GNOME to Ubuntu Studio to Netbook Remix... and then I decided to remove the Netbook look and go back to Studio, by removing it through the Software Manager. But this seemed to remove any and all desktop environments present. So now I just have the xterm. This was not part of the plan. I can get the Software Manager up and running, but I cannot get packages. I could try to provide the exact error message I get when I try, though I'm not entirely sure how to bring it to you. Is there a way I can get a desktop environment back after such a screw-up?

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Ubuntu Installation :: Accidentally Removed Libs - Can't Log Onto 10.04

May 9, 2010

i was trying to remove the flash plugin 32bit wrapper (don't remember the exact name of the package),using the command apt-get -y remove --purge and i saw somehow uninstalled a bunch of other programs like the gnome-network manager,emphaty...Now i rebooted and can't log on anymore .Is there a way to repair this,like running an upgrade from the livecd to restore the missing parts without wiping out my conf & other programs ? I've tried this that i found some other forum ,but i didn't work


sudo mkdir /mnt/repair
sudo mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/repair
sudo chroot /mnt/repair su


I'm running a dual-boot with windows 7

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Ubuntu :: Startup Applications Entry Accidentally Removed?

Jul 31, 2010

I accidentally removed the low disk space notifier entry from Startup Applications.

To open Startup Applications go to System -> Preferences -> Startup Applications or run gnome-session-properties from terminal.

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Ubuntu :: Add Volume To Upper Right Taskbar Again (accidentally Removed)?

Sep 26, 2010

add volume to upper right taskbar again (accidentally removed)

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Ubuntu :: Accidentally Removed Sound Menu From Panel

Oct 13, 2010

I accidentally removed the sound menu from my panel bar in Ubuntu 10.10. I did manage to find some solutions to get the sound volume applet in place, like it was in previous Ubuntu versions, but I do obviously prefer the new sound menu in place. Does anybody know how I can get it working again?

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Slackware :: Slackpkg,conf.new Accidentally Removed From 13?

Jan 17, 2010

i removed slackpkg.conf.new by accident slackpkg version now i always get this message no matter if i remove package and install it again Your slackpkg.conf is outdated. Please, edit it using slackpkg.conf.new as example or overwrite it with slackpkg.conf.new. You can use 'slackpkg new-config' to do that. what i have to do to eliminate it and make slackpkg working again?

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CentOS 5 :: Manually Install Yum Which Is Removed Accidentally?

Dec 29, 2009

I accidentally removed yum, yum-fastestmirror etc. packages on Centos 5.3 after a failed "yum update" to update Centos 5.3 to 5.4. re-install yum packages manually by rpm.

I copied yum-3.2.19-18.el5.centos.noarch.rpm and yum-fastestmirror-1.1.16-13.el5.centos.noarch.rpm to my file system and tried to install by rpm. I got the following messages:


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Ubuntu :: Indicator Applet Removed Accidentally From Gnome Panel

Nov 1, 2010

I removed indicator applet from gnome panel accidentally. is there any way to bring it back?

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Ubuntu Networking :: Removed DHclient3 Accidentally - Network Disabled

Nov 14, 2010

I accidentally removed the dhclient3 file. I had ran chkrootkit and it said it was a possible suspicious file. Once I rebooted, the network was disabled. I am running off the Ubuntu cd by choosing trial. How can I get dhclient3 back onto my installed Ubuntu?

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Ubuntu :: Accidentally Removed Some Pretty Essential Stuff Via Synaptic?

Jul 30, 2011

I recently had to install Python 2.7 to run some specific cripts and so tried to uninstall Python 2.6 so that I didn't have to worry about path conflicts. It seems that when uninstalling the Python package it's stripped most of the apps from my installation, including fairly essential stuff like the terminal. It also seemed to stop accepting my password as a root user, though I'm hoping a reboot may fix that.

Can anyone provide a listing of the default packages that Ubuntu ships with please so I can try to repair my system? I tried looking through ones I might know but it appears for example that while Bash is installed I have no Terminal entry under Applications.

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General :: Apache - Recover File That Is Accidentally Removed?

Jul 2, 2010

I have accidentally removed my apache2 startup file /etc/init.d/apache2 using rm /etc/init.d/apache2 command.

How can I get that back?

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Ubuntu :: Accidentally Deleted Rhythmbox From Sound & Video?

Aug 30, 2010

i accidentally deleted the shortcut for rhythmbox from sound & video.and cant restore it i don't know where the location and etc is.i tried uninstalling it properly from the software centre and synaptic manager and reinstalling it didnt restore the shortcuts.

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Ubuntu Networking :: Nm-applet Removed From Notification Area?

Oct 22, 2010

After upgrading to Kubuntu 10.10 the icon for the gnome-network-manager (which I had installed instead of the former knetworkmanager) does not show up.

Although I can connect to the Internet, I am not able to set up my VPN without an icon showing up.

Checking at the terminal indicates that there is indeed something wrong here:

sovonet@sovonet:~$ nm-applet
** Message: applet now removed from the notification area
** (nm-applet:3027): DEBUG: old state indicates that this was not a disconnect 0


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Ubuntu :: Boot Grub Menu List Is Accidentally Removed From Ubuntu

Aug 11, 2009

I am not much experienced with Linux systems and commands. I have been searching with Goggle and trying to solve. Today I had accidentally removed the boot grub menu list. There is a backup file. Now my system boots to >grub command. I have tried all sorts of things from live CD to boot the system I have tried Super Grub also. I am no able to go to the directory where the back up boot menu list is available and change the name from the live CD. Can any one help me with commands to go to the directory and rename the file for booting.

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Ubuntu :: Accidentally Deleted The Help Icon - Find A Way To Add It Again?

Jan 5, 2011

I'm a Ubuntu 10.04 user.I accidentally deleted the Help Icon that is near to the Applications/Places/System tab and I can't find a way to add it again. I tried to right click on the panel, then I clicked "Add to Panel" and tried to find that icon, but it was not there.

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Ubuntu :: Disable Rhythmbox Song Popup / Notification

Jun 5, 2010

Using Rhythmbox 0.12.8 in Unbuntu 10.04, if you want to disable the pop up song notification every time it starts a new song, go to:

Edit -> Plugins

and un-check the "Status Icon" plugin.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: 10.04 - Rhythmbox Notification Bubbles Not Showing?

Jun 22, 2010

I just noticed that rhythmbox isn't showing the nice libnotify popups on song change. I use the next/prev buttons on my multimedia keyboard, but I can't see what I'm listening to anymore.I can't find the option to enable or disable this feature.how I can resolve this?

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Ubuntu :: Rhythmbox Doesn't Minimize To Notification Area

Oct 4, 2010

I made the upgrade to 10.10 the other day, and it's pretty functional. The few problem that keep erking me are as follows: 1. Often when I boot up the gnome-panel is buggy, I run Code:

gnome-panel --replace to fix this, which it does. I'd just like it to look normal at boot up.

2. The GDM (or compiz) doesn't boot up correct all of the time. Every now and then I'll open a program after booting and will have no minimize/restore/exit buttons. I fix this buy just turning compiz on using the compiz-switch icon which I put up in my panel. 3. Why doesn't rhythmbox minimize to the notification area. I like the mini player in sound menu, but I hate that if you want it out of your system tray it has to be closed.

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Fedora :: Rhythmbox Not Showing In Notification Area?

Jul 28, 2009

The Rhythmbox package was updated via Yum recently (today for me, out of fedora-updates) and now no longer displays its icon in the notification area. The package for me (Fedora 11 x86-64) is versioned 0.12.3-1. Has anyone else seen this behavior

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Ubuntu Installation :: No Amarok Or Rhythmbox Notification Area Icons After Upgrade To Lucid?

Apr 30, 2010

completed the first of my five pending Lucid upgrades a few hours ago, the upgrade progress went real smooth. SoI have been checking various apps to make sure they are working ok after the upgrade, and noticed that Amarok will not show its notification (tray) icon in the usual place after the upgrade. This is a pain because normally one would launch Amarok, select a playlist/album whatever, than close the window and skip tracks whatever using the tray icon. Did a bit of googling and found a bug in launchpad it's because Amarok draws a custom icon instead of passing a bitmap, or something, but cannot locate the bug again now. I then tested Rhythmbox and found the same issue.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Accidentally Deleted The Sound Menu In 10.10 - How To Get It Back

Dec 6, 2010

I have accidentally deleted the soundmenu in the panel that comes with the new ubuntu 10.10. After going through various posts all I can see, is that the solutions provided only provide the applet for sound control and does not have any integration with any of the music players (in my case Rhythmbox).I really want that menu back as it made listening to music while using multiple desktops very easy.

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