From time to time, we get questions such as this one that ask two separate questions, whose answers are unlikely to have much in common, and for which people are likely to be interested in answering one question but not both.
What should one do when encountering these?
Should I edit one of the questions out, so that the post only asks one question? (presumably with a pointer to the OP to post a new question, and where the OP can find the text originally posted)
Does the answer differ if the question already has answers to one of the questions? More than one?
Previously I have commented to the poster that they should split the question. I do not recall ever seeing this lead to a resolution of the issue.