[PlanetCCRMA] lost desktop bottom bar

Peter Adamson padamson at rochma.com
Mon Jan 4 07:15:15 PST 2010

The program is called gnome-panel.

See if it is running:

[root at Peter peter]# ps awx |grep panel
  2235 ?        S      0:08 gnome-panel

If it is not, you can find where it is, and read the man pages:
[root at Peter peter]# whereis gnome-panel
gnome-panel: /usr/bin/gnome-panel /usr/share/gnome-panel 

There must be a config file somewhere of course but I haven't found it.

You could run it manually, and then right-click on it to configure the 
new panel. Perhaps this would cause it to be saved.

Sorry I can't be more specific since my panel is intact, so I can't 
reproduce your problem!


> On Mon, 2010-01-04 at 05:20 -0800, Oded Ben-Tal wrote:
>> hi,
>> Usually I have a toolbar at the bottom where all the open windowns are
>> (and where you can see them minimized) and with the additional workspaces.
>> Yesterday I somehow lost this. I got some error message (I'm not even sure
>> what I was running at that time) about desktop handling. I was sure it
>> will be fixed next time I logged in. I was wrong I booted, rebooted but
>> still nothing.
>> Any ideas how I get this back? It's a rather useful feature...
>> (I know it's a fedora (gnome?) problem rather than planet issue but hoped
>> someone would know where to look.)
>> I'm running FC10
>>  PAE kernel
>> gnome 2.24.3
> Maybe you accidentally removed nautilus and nautilus-extensions.
> E
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