In this question the user described a problem, and as it happens often, the problem description was not deemed to be sufficient to propose a solution. We went back and forth, all in comments, until something worked. That "something" is not really an "answer" to speak of. I am not sure what to do now. Here are some options that come to mind
- Leave everything as is
- Leave everything as is, downvote the question, maybe flag it, hoping it gets closed/removed
- Compile everything in comments into some sort of answer that could potentially be useful to someone. Such as:
To solve this try/we tried
- Doing foo
- Running bar
- Then uploading quix. This finally worked.
I've been in several exchanges of this sort: where there is an issue that's eventually solved between the OP and the community, but the final answer, in the end, just by itself does not merit being an answer. Also what is the proper way of handling such situation when it doesn't get resolved.