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I installed Juno yesterday.


VPN Connections in Network setting do not affect on the browsers and in Chrome proxy settings is written:

"When running Google Chrome under a supported desktop environment, the system proxy settings will be used. However, either your system is not supported or there was a problem launching your system configuration. But you can still configure via the command line. Please see man google-chrome-stable for more information on flags and environment variables."

, but they affect the whole system through the terminal.


Software icons are not visible in the system tray.

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About notificacion icons. Juno dropped the support of the old ayatana

While the software devs implement the new way you can have them back by...

$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:yunnxx/elementary
$ sudo apt update
$ sudo apt install indicator-application wingpanel-indicator-ayatana

then you need to edit a file (i used nano, use any editor you want - avoiding a holy war)

$ sudo nano /etc/xdg/autostart/indicator-application.desktop

find the line

OnlyShowIn=Unity;GNOME;

and add Pantheon

OnlyShowIn=Unity;GNOME;Pantheon;

that's it, just restart X and you will have the old notification area icons

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Juno doesn't come with system tray.

It's a shame, but you can install it in a much smooth way.

I find out a marvelous github repo. https://github.com/mdh34/elementary-indicators

Tools to use:

  • Eddy (from AppCenter)

Steps

  • Download .deb file 'indicator-application', a package to support Pantheon. link

  • Download .deb file 'wingpanel-indicator-ayatana', a package that used to be in olders distro. link

Once both packages installed, reboot and have fun.

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