Not sure if this is the right place to post this or not, but is it possible to get dmenu to run on a desktop pc (ie non-dingux pc)? The reason I am asking is that an interface like that would be good for setting up an id10t proof PC for an ubuntu install (or slax or whatever flavor of the week is most popular). The dmenu idea for a portable system makes it 90% idiot proof as sometimes there are still bugs which I am thinking may be related to dingux itself (and the way it reads/writes to a fat32 partition... going to do some testing in the future... I have some theories on this, but that is for a different topic). I also am wondering where the source to dmenu can be found as I would like to make a quick and dirty change that when dmenu starts up, if the ini files (for volume and brightness) are missing values (or have invalid values) it would default to 100% for brightness and 50% for volume. Or possibly have it read the values from the users home directory in read-only mode (to hopefully prevent corruption to these files).
Anyone have thoughts on this (source to dmenu and dmenu for an x86 processor)?