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I lost my network connection icon on the top bar how can i get it back

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I lost my network connection icon on the top bar how can i get it back
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If it's what I'm thinking it is, run "nm-applet".

Then check your session properties to see if it's set to run every session.
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Hi!

Right click on the top bar and select "Add to panel". Choose "Notification Area".

Regards, Tobias Holm
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by:ssapkota
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I don't know the cause, but this happened to me too, quite a few times.
Just restart the "network-manager" service:
$ sudo service network-manager restart
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