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Cant connect to WIFI in Lite 6.6


The unity indicator plugin is buggy. I have four 6.6 systems that all have the same intermittent behaviours. One in Windows hyper-v, one in gnome boxes on Debian 11, one on desktop hardware, and one on a laptop. Often after updates and restart they will display two instances of the update and network connection icon, and sometimes nothing at all.
To fix the missing plugin right click on the panel taskbar. Select panel. Select add new items. Select indicator plugin. Click on add.

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Is there a network icon on the panel near the clock ?
If so, right click on the icon and check that 'Enable Networking' and 'Enable Wi-Fi' are both checked.
Review the rest of the information there to check it is correct for your set up

Otherwise, open a terminal window (by pressing three keys Ctrl Alt T together).
Type or paste the following commands into the terminal window.
The commands list some information about your system and connections.
Copy the outputs and paste the information back to the thread.

--- Code: ---inxi -Fxxxrz
--- End code ---

--- Code: ---nmcli dev wifi
--- End code ---

--- Code: ---ip a
--- End code ---

--- Code: ---ifconfig -a
--- End code ---

--- Code: ---ip r
--- End code ---

--- Code: ---route
--- End code ---

--- Code: ---ip n
--- End code ---

--- Code: ---arp -a
--- End code ---

I accidentally removed the panel from my OS Linux lite 6.6, I think I pressed "remove configuration" or something like that. After that, I restarted the computer and everything went back to normal, except the wifi.
After I turned on the computer, the Internet didn't come back, how do I fix this?
I can't connect to wifi at all and I got no response when using Linux lite 6.6 AI


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