I am building a complex component, that has to be built on basis of a number of properties set on it. But I only want to do the heavy lifting once, i.e. in rebuild method below. I thought I could do invalidate() and call rebuild() from onDraw, but Android documentation suggests that I should not be calling removeView/addView in the onDraw method, or any other draw related method.
FWIW: If you upgraded Gnome but DIDN'T rebuild Cinnamon, Cinnamon won't run. You HAVE to rebuild it because of the Gnome upgrade. I know your problem is already solved, but I am adding this in case others need the info.
I have been using my Hakko 939 and I have tried to rebuild the case but it's not happening ... So I am not sure what to mount it in or what to do with it anymore ... I am looking for ideas or thoughts So please help here...
Oh the transformer is about 3" tall ...
Any package you have on your system, not from the repo's, it is up to you to rebuild when new versions of libs/deps go into the repo's. Keep up with the News section, and you will know what is updated, what packages you need to rebuild. Libpng/libtiff was a big update, so rebuild all you have from ccr depending on those.Moving to the ccr forum section.
I was following the steps here to build my own kernel, which worked great, then I wanted to make a small tweak to the setup file (/arch/x86/kernel/setup.c) and rebuild it to see my message printed in the dmesg log.
Before I clean and build again, is there a way to avoid the delay this will have?
I'm trying to rebuild the RPM DB Files to conform to the new md5sums of the files, so when the rpm is uninstalled, those files will still be removed.
I have a application that Installs with RPM, but the upgrade process doesn't use RPM's it uses patches to apply to those files, but when uninstalling using rpm -e --dbpath , the files that were patched remain.
I am a newbie when it comes to LVM and I have what seems to be a unusual use case for it.I would like to use LVM@ on my main workstation. This is a very large machine (by my standards) with about 500GB of actual data and software.