A question regarding mounting in Linux was asked. I answered it addressing the question as the user formulated it. I think this was a mistake on my part, because the question, as it stands, already has an answer elsewhere. Anyhow, I did answer them and their comments, then, after exchanging more information using the comments, it was clear that their problem didn't have that much to do with his question.
Finally, they accepted my original answer for their original question, which had nothing to do with their actual dilema.
So, I'm in doubt. Can I edit their question and my answer to reflect the actual problem that they had? Should I?
Regarding the comments. I'm new so I didn't think of using a chat room to clarify the question. Maybe I abused the comments system, because essentially we were chatting using the comments. I'm sorry about that.