A few days ago I wrote a comment to Make linker use bank 0 in relocatable mode. Basically I was trying to explain to the OP that declaring things he obviously doesn't know that much about as "stupid" is a bad idea here. He does not know how to get something he wants from the PIC MPLINK linker, but instead of asking, has declared the linker stupid (his word) and has also declared that "There is no way to tell the linker to start filling from bank 0...", and even complains "There should be a better way". No question was ever asked.
This is no place for such childish rants. I said that in a comment, but it mysteriously vanished after a day or so. My downvote of the question was even negated. Today I noticed the OP had been back to edit the question, but instead of fixing or removing the offensive parts, he left the original intact and even added "For those who didn't understand the question (or didn't want)...".
I feel strongly that this sort of childish attitude does not belong here. Engineering is about carefully reasoned rational decisions. There is no place for emotional outbursts. We are not here to listen to whines about how this or that doesn't work or how someone had a bad day. Doing that only makes you look stupid and noises up the site. I again left a comment explaining that, but it has now vanished without a trace too, obviously deleted by a mod. In my opinion the whole question should have been deleted. I don't see by what logic we can keep a emotional outburst that is a rant only pretending to be a question, but not keep the comment pointing that out. Not only does such nonsense not belong here, but the OP needs to hear that it is not acceptable. If the comment saying such keeps getting deleted, then he's not going to learn that, and worse, he may actually get a positive result from his actions. That teaches some bad things not only to the OP, but anyone else watching.
I have now written a comment for the third time. I think it's important for the OP to see it. I want him to know that I am withholding help, and why. And yes, I do have suggestions for how to use the linker effectively in his situation.