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Ok, so I installed KDE on my Ubuntu 11.04 laptop. It worked ok, but I wanted to change back, and free up the space, so (having kept unity etc. installed), just rebooted into what GDM calls "Ubuntu". So far so good.



I then wanted to rid myself of all KDE packages, so di sudo apt-get remove kde* . I realise this was fairly silly.



Now I've lost my sound applet in the system tray. It's more annoying than anything else, but I've got used to the play/pause functionality, so it'd be nice to get it back. Thanks in advance for whatever help you may be able to give!


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When you issue a command similar to the following, do you see indicator-sound-service?



ps ax | grep 'indicator'




In case the package was inadvertently removed, try the following:



Install via the software center



or



sudo apt-get install indicator-sound

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