Sorry I didn’t know what to name this topic!
Last time that I changed distros I completely wiped my system drive. Beforehand I moved all my files to a USB backup drive with NTFS. When I installed my new system some files were missing such as some pictures and Blender files. This time I made sure that my Home folder was a smaller size than my drive and I copied my whole home folder to an EXT4 USB to make sure that all the filenames would be compatible. I have about 28 gigabytes of data in my Home folder so is there any way that I can systematically check to make sure that my backup drive has all the same files and that none of the files got transferred incorrectly? I’m currently running Ubuntu 17.10 with Deepin desktop.