I like to investigate when I find a question that is interesting to me, mainly navigating the man pages, since part of my journey in this site is learning. I can reach, after such investigation process, a certain understanding of what is needed to answer the question, but as I'm not an expert, I can issue an incomplete answer or a plain wrong one.
Sometimes this type of questions may have no answers at all. The result is that no information is registered in the site, specially if the topic is lacking users expert enough in the subject (allegedly).
This meta question arised when I bumped into this question: Is my firewall configured OK?. The question is about systemd and systemctl, which seems to me that are topics that usually don't have answers, at least when they are complicated enough (TBD if that's a fair assesment). I searched about the subject and I glimpsed a possible answer.
So, taking into account:
- The Q is possibly not getting answers.
- Future readers won't have any information about the subject.
- I can give an answer, but it can be wrong and/or lacking expertise.
- The answer I give can provide some useful information.
What is the point of view of the community about such answers?