I'm just getting to grips with the Linux Terminal but I still make mistakes:
I recently erroneously managed to copy all of the files contained within a directory (including all sub-directories) into another directory.
Is there any easy way to identify all of the files contained within the original folder (including sub-directories) and delete each file from another directory? eg: Folder /source contains files file1 and file2 and a sub directory /source/sub contains files file3 and file4.
Folder /destination contains files file1, file2, file3, file4, file5 and file6.
How can I parse /source and its subdirectories for files and delete only these files from /destination so that /destination is left containing only file5 and file6?
Very many thanks.