I've checked out your questions:
On the one with your wireless:
It was duped to a question that was misworded to read like "Oh hey, how do I fix my hard blocked wireless?". Since it's not specific, it can read like a general problem that applies to all laptops. Upon closer inspection of the question, it's pretty Asus specific. That question is really about how to unblock wireless on that Asus model. It could be Asus model specific, and I'm not an expert on wireless, but I'm willing to bet that following those instructions on your Acer laptop probably won't work.
I edited your question's title to instead read "Wifi disabled, no hardware switch available, rfkill list reads "Hard Blocked" anyway on an Acer Aspire One".
If you look at the title of both questions as they were before, then yeah, they look like duplicates. I edited them to be more specific. Once I edited both questions to be what they were really about, it is now obvious that they are not duplicates. Questions are all about details! If they don't have details, people will generally put them in general buckets; that's just the way we're wired, remember that the title of your question is an important detail!
You're Deluge question is too confusing. There's your question and then a bunch of comments that I have to piece together what's going on. My recommendation here is instead of commenting in a forum-like manner (which is hard to follow), reedit your question to be what you need to solve.
(But this is a common problem, a PPA maintainer hasn't updated to a new release, there's nothing left to do there but wait).
Anyway, I hope this explains why this happened; the key to getting answers is to be specific up front in the title. Imagine the site as if it was a giant inbox of email that you had to read. Now fill that inbox with "My wireless doesn't work" emails. After a while, it just gets blurry. If I have an inbox of 10,000 mails, and they all start with "My wireless doesn't work", I'm going to space out. If it's "Wifi disabled, no hardware switch available, rfkill list reads “Hard Blocked” anyway on an Acer Aspire One" that will at least get you most of the way there.
Be aggressive editing your question: When I ask a question here I am edit maniac. I am consistently adding the results of my search, adding what questions I've tried, with links. Linking to every stupid thing I have tried. I get my questions answered because I am thorough. If I were to say "I've tried a bunch of things on the site and that doesn't work" that gets me nowhere. Fight for your question like a gladiator. Make it a live blog of your problem and you'll more than likely get an answer.
Now that your wireless question is not a duplicate, I've voted to reopen it, good luck!