I sometimes point out the misrepresentations being offered by such a poster
--however the usual best method if it is an obvious troll user, is simply ignoring it, as well as alerting the forum moderators of a possible troll
The problem is some people are fans and will suggest there is only one right way: their OS distributor's choice, whether that is on a Linux, windows or Apple OSX system
--there are also fights abouts Linux choices of desktops (KDE Gnome or simpler XFCE or LXDE or others), as well as preferred distributions
These issue all tend to be trendy
--what is the most popular OS (in Linux) what desktop is the most popular, as well, as often biased reviewers who proselytize their own particular choice
The only other issue I have is people who say they know a particular OS, but have no understanding of the underlying OS process, as in where my files go
--I can for example use windows OS for years, never touch the command line or know anything about the dos based file management structures and the history of device name (A: B: C: etc) used by windows as in this example and think I know how the OS + desktop works..
Same problem for an Apple OSX user or a Linux user, who have never checked into the FHS systemhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filesyste ... y_Standard
--the agreed upon file structure (with some vendor changes) that any Linux distributor will use..