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Old 04-24-2006, 12:46 PM   #1
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Question xfce4 bar is missing

Today I reinstalled Ubuntu 5.10, server. And installed XFCE4, it all worked well for about an hour or so an then, suddenly, my xfce4 bar disappeared!

I tried enlarging an repositioning it in the menu, didn't work..
I tried to remove and reinstall whole xfce4, didn't work either..

Since I haven't got a clue where this came from I hope some one knows.

Overall I experience XFCE4 as a bit buggy, maybe i'll switch to another desktop, but I don't know which one.

Well please help me find my bar.

Old 04-24-2006, 02:43 PM   #2
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try typing xfce4-panel into a terminal (I think that's it, though I don't have access to xfce right now). When I was using xubuntu regularly I remember this seemed to happen a bit. The new version of xfce is in dapper, it seems to be a pretty good improvement, though I haven't been using it long enough to say much about stability.



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