Fails to load GUI if icon file is missing

Bug #1310187 reported by Guneet Narula on 2014-04-20
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Bug Description

I had installed Localhost-Indicator on Elementary OS (luna) - built on Ubuntu 12.04. It installed successfully, but whenever I clicked on the menu item that appeared in the Message menu, nothing happened. There is a similar question reported here, so I tried the suggestion to execute the python script located at /usr/local/bin/localhost-indicator via the terminal. The output reported a missing file in /usr/share/icons/ubuntu-mono-dark/status/24/gnome-netstatus-tx.svg

I check the directory and found that inside the status directory there is only a 22 sub-directory with a different svg file in it. With root permissions I created a sub-directory named 24 and copied the svg file from the other directory inside 24. I renamed the file to gnome-netstatus-tx.svg and the Webserver software is working well now.

I am not sure why that file is missing - whether it is an OS issue or some missing library , but maybe the dependency on that file is too much.

Otherwise, I love the simplicity of the software. Thank you!

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