In the comments to question 299123 (now on hold for being too broad), the user makes it clear that he wants to log onto a node in a cluster and use
His problem is that on this particular node,
screen is not installed. I commented that maybe he should ask his system administrator about why this was so, and he replied that they weren't supposed to run interactive sessions on these nodes, and how would he solve this without involving the admin?
My question: What's the course of action when someone wants help with breaking a local rule, in this case using a node in a cluster interactively even though they are not supposed to? Flagging for moderator intervention? Help them solve the issue at hand? Do we care?
Or, posing the question more generally: Should we help people to be antisocial?
I'm asking as someone actually using one of those compute clusters, and has to live with people running jobs outside of the queuing system.
I'm also the person who, once upon a time, asked question 209398, which may not be entirely surprising.