To my surprise I saw this in my flagging history:
My computer boots up with Ubuntu: How can I tell what's on my hard disk? - answered 1 hour ago by TomC
not an answer – 46 mins ago declined - flags should only be used to make moderators aware of content that requires their intervention
The answer it is concerning is not an answer at all, by three parts:
Welcome to the world of Linux. In command mode, you can type uname -a This will show you the version of Linux, the architecture (probably i386) and build date, along with some more information. But the menu already indicated that it is version 3.0, which is really ancient, and no longer supported.
As I commented also, this part is about the Linux command line (terminal/Bash) while the question is about the Grub command line. I guess the user misinterpreted the question.
It is quite possible that this laptop has no wireless and maybe not a wired internet connection, which limits the usefulness in today's computer world.
This has nothing to do with the question.
You could possible use it as a doorstop (ha! ha!). In reality, unless you want to use it as a Linux learning tool, you might be better off selling it on Ebay as a collector's item. Sorry, but that's my opinion.
I don't understand what this is about, and it's his opinion anyway.
So, to improve my flagging skills, why is the "not an answer" flag declined here?
By the way, right after my flag was declined the post re-appeared in the 10k tool queue: