I was running some software in my home directory (last time I do that!). Stupid config file asks what directory I wanted to put my output files. I accidently used
~/ as my output directory. It created a
~ directory in my home folder. I tried to delete it with
rm -r ~, which of course started deleting my home directory.
Immediately (an eternity in clock cycles), I killed it with
ctl-c. There are no backups (this is beyond my control), so that is not a solution.
- Is there a way to figure out which file or files have been corrupted?
rmactually change the timestamp of files?
- Is there a history for
rmso that I can figure out which files I've deleted?