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hey dude, i have the same problem. i'm using xubuntu 8.10 and one day, the panel just stopped appearing. when i type xfce4-panel, it works then, but how can i configure it to turn on automatically? i'm a bit newie and didn't understood your procedure well. can you xplain more in a "for dummies" way?