I'm rather new to the Linux environment and have learned how to install software via using following commands
$ mkdir build $ cd build $ cmake $ sudo make install.
I noticed that there is a build of the software usually in
/build/src and then many of the same files are also in the home directory of the software. There's also an install usually in
/usr/local/bin and others. My question is, in an effort to save disk space, what can I delete after I've compiled and installed software in this way? I installed
FSlint but afraid to start deleting duplicates. Sorry for this very noob question.