For this one Remove the password from Microsoft Access file you assume the question is about Ubuntu/Debian, but the other answers already there indicate it is not.
For this one Opening mdb files in Ubuntu your answer duplicates the answers already given. Yes, it adds more and helpful information, but no, there are already two other answers suggesting the MDB Tools.
For both questions, they are very old, already have answers, and your adding information, especially duplicate (the second) or entirely incorrect (the first) information does not add anything to the conversation.
There is rarely a reason to visit questions that already have answers, especially questions years old. The reasons one might actually add something would be if there is new information, a new solution, a version of the software in question that resolves the bug, or an entirely unseen fix that completely solves the problem.
On another note, you appear to have searched for certain keywords and then just copy-pasted a solution. This also is likely to raise spam flags which brings your answers to the attention of Mods.
Keep contributing, but I'd advise you to
- stick to fresh questions
- avoid copy-pasting the same answer to multiple places
- make sure your answer is completely unique
- read the questions AND the existing answers more carefully