Re: Bash script to 'undo' a copy
I would use the find command and check the creation or modification date of each file and move them into a separate directory based on that value using the -exec switch that comes with find.
Then you can check what is in that directory.
Do _not_ rm -rf as root unless you are _totally_ sure. Anything else is just bad advice.
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