Hmm, an interesting idea, perhaps we should list each versions .debs for those that seek that kind of knowledge, it wouldn't take much to add it into the description somewhere.
We first heard about Stevie under the radar a few months ago. The company was in stealth and wouldn’t say too much, but we gathered it was some kind of clever mashup of social feeds which could be displayed on smart TVs.
When I first got into using Slackware years ago I quickly learned to love JFS over ext3 or reiserfs given that it was reliable and if there was an unclean shutdown, its disk checking was very very quick. It's only been recently that I've found out that JFS is obscure to the point of being almost completely unmaintained by anyone.
How can I create a list view, in which clicking on each list item will open the detail of list item and again clicking on list item will hide the detail list item. Like folding and unfolding of list item data.
Like in google playstore, clicking on more for description of any app displays details of list item again clicking on less wraps up the list item. Any idea to create this type of list vew.
I am looking to get two GTX 760 for a new PC and want to know how strong of a cpu I should get to prevent a bottleneck from the cpu. I have found a lot of information online on finding what causes bottlenecks on existing PCs but I havent found anything that can give me an idea as to how the strength of cpu and gpu should scale together.