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Old 07-11-2006, 08:05 PM   #1
whit2333
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Ubuntu acting funny after panel dissappeared in xfce


For some reason Xubuntu shutdown in a funny way and when i restarted it the panel had gone away. I found that by killing the process, pkill xfce-panel, then restarting fixed it, but i noticed that my wireless card doesn't work anymore among other things. I need to fix this but the only way i know how is to do a fresh install.

I would imagine there are "stale" processes that are running that need killed, is there a way i can go about this to make sure i get them all??? Or something else...

I'm desparate

thanks in advance.
 
  


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