Rdfind is a free and open source command line duplication file finder application for Linux. Using Rdfind, you can compare and find duplicate files based on their content and not on file names. By default, the results are saved in the results.txt file in the same directory. You can also delete duplicate files and filter the output result.
How to Install Rdfind on Ubuntu
To install Rdfind on your Ubuntu Linux, run below command in the terminal (ctrl+alt+t) application.
sudo apt install rdfind
After the successful installation of Rdfind, run command in below format.
Just replace username with your real username, like below
Find results.txt file in your Home directory, to check the results.
If you want to delete the duplicate files, then
rdfind -deleteduplicates true /home/manikandan
For the Rdfind help and usage details, run below commands.