accidental deleting icons

Asked by c_kazazis1a

One day I saw at the top right corner two icons for sound instead of one. I decided to delete one of them but afterwards all the menus were deleted and I simply cannot find a way to install them back. Right clicking does not help. Can someone help?


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Patrick Seemann (patrickseemann) said :

The sound icon is part of the Indicator Applet. You might want to check if it is still installed (sudo dpkg -l |grep indicator-applet), if not installed, install the packages indicator-applet (and indicator-applet-session) and then add them back to the panel (right click->add to panel-> Indicator Applet / Indicator Applet Session. You might have to restart your panel to apply changes: sudo killall gnome-panel

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c_kazazis1a (moa3) said :

Thanks Patrick but the problem is that I do not have access to anything including the command environment. How can I tackle this problem?

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actionparsnip (andrew-woodhead666) said :


gconftool --recursive-unset /apps/panel && killall gnome-panel

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