There is an question and an accepted answer.
I do not want to dig into the technical details (meta is not the right place) - in short:
It is possible to prove that the accepted answer is wrong. Since I know that the original response is bad - I asked an another question (now deleted) what (partially) is an variant to the original - what could be correct - but I'm not sure.
@Patrik closed it as a duplicate.
What to do when a question is marked as a duplicate (and commented as unclear and opinion based), but
- The answer to the original question is entirely wrong
- the new question is not an exact duplicate - but it is new approach what could be right
- The question doesn't contains anything for what could't be exists unambiguous and clear answer - i.e. nothing is "opinion based"
- And trying solve the problem (with respect to possible complications)
- but the moderator closes it :(
I could call myself as StackOverflow veteran trusted user with 23k reputation and ability closing
bash questions by one click. But I trying to be pretty sure that I did not make hasty conclusions, and when I made a mistake what also happens, quickly reopening the question again.
Also trying edit the question if I can improve it to be better instead of the "blind close". (unfortunately, English isn't my primary language, so mainly doing only code-snipets improving).
Thank you for reading this.