I am unsure about what is the recommended way of wiping a Deja Dup backup. I've made a restructuring and a correction to the way my backups are made, and removed a large entity, cough rootfs, cough from my backup list. (Yes, it was silly to add it in the first place.) The problem I'm having is that Deja Dup will most probably not act in the way I want it to when I make a new backup, therefore I want to wipe all of the backed up files. They are stored on an external harddrive in its own folder. I can't reformat the whole folder, as it is also home to a couple of harddrive images.
Would the recommended method be by using "rm duplicity*" or is there a better way to do this? It would be nice if this was made simpler somehow.