/bin/rm: cannot execute [Argument list too long]
We have a solution for you. It's nice and simple, and easy to remember. Paste and run the command in the relevant directory to have it sniff out files in batches of 200 at a time, delete them, then search again until the directory is empty.
echo * | xargs -n 200 rm
You might also want to recursively delete all sub-directories / sub-folders too, in which case you'd add -rf (recursive, force) on the end, like so:
echo * | xargs -n 200 rm -rf
You can also adapt the command to look for particular extensions or strings, for example:
echo *.txt| xargs -n 200 rm
This will search through all files, list the first 200 files with .txt extension, delete them, and then keep searching until it's gone through the entire directory removing all files that have the .txt extension on them.