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Offline martinwprior

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Cinnamon 'System Settings' SOLVED
« on: 2019/07/08, 16:50:17 »
This apparently was caused by an hplib update. This posting over on the Linux Mint forum resolves the problem. https://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?p=1622330#p1622330


All the applets etc have now returned. :)



I do not know what I did except an update and I am always quite careful about that.

I appear to have lost all my Cinnamon 'System Settings' apps like 'display', 'desklets', 'add-applet-to-panel ......


Does anyone have any idea how I can recover these? re-install did not work.
« Last Edit: 2019/07/09, 10:21:07 by martinwprior »

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Re: Cinnamon 'System Settings' SOLVED
« Reply #1 on: 2019/07/14, 22:21:47 »
Kewel!  8)
Thank you for posting this fix!
I was getting ready to jump out a window . .  ;D

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Re: Cinnamon 'System Settings' SOLVED
« Reply #2 on: 2019/07/15, 00:01:58 »
Yes it was a sneaky one. Glad it helped someone .

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Re: Cinnamon 'System Settings' SOLVED
« Reply #3 on: 2019/07/15, 14:44:27 »
Thank you for coming back and posting this !  :)
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Re: Cinnamon 'System Settings' SOLVED
« Reply #4 on: 2019/07/15, 15:15:08 »
I think I have been using Siduction since 2012 and I used Aptosid before that. Periodically I wander away to look at other distros but always come running back :)