I tried the Arch Perl script but it didn't seem to generate application menu icons so I've modified the Menu & Logout scripts from AntiX to run on Archbang. I've also added (under "Desktop") the entries from the Openbox menu (Screenshots / Eye Candy / Conky / Edit System Files / Input Devices / Screen Resolution / GTK Theme Settings) :
The script also creates menu entries for .desktop files in ~/.local/share/applications
The scripts & fluxbox menu are here (8.06kb). Inside the archive are a compressed ~/.fluxbox/menu & /usr/local/bin/ structure containing the python & bash scripts to update the menu & provide the Logout Window. Just unpack & drop them into place.
There are some dependencies for the GTK Dialog & Screenlock:
pacman -S gtkdialog xlockmore
& also for the GUI for inxi:
pacman -S zenity inxi lm_sensors hddtemp mesa-demos
pacman -S bbrun mc
I made the following changes to sudoers:
sudo visudo # add the following after the root ALL ALL ALL permissions # # Allow users to Suspend / Hibernate / Shutdown & reboot your-username ALL = NOPASSWD: /usr/sbin/pm-hibernate your-username ALL = NOPASSWD: /usr/sbin/pm-suspend your-username ALL = NOPASSWD: /sbin/reboot your-username ALL = NOPASSWD: /sbin/halt your-username ALL = NOPASSWD: /sbin/shutdown
Has anyone tried modifying obpipemenu-places / obrecent.sh to work in Fluxbox ?
Thanks for sharing this; will try it..
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