Sending again, with a tad more explanation....
I know part of a directory name e.g. /myDirName/mySubDirName/ but
I don't know exactly where in the IFS the little devil is. All I
know is that someone didn't put it where they were supposed to!
So using reular wildcard cnotalion it would be
*/myDirName/mySubDirName/ * that I'm looking for. It could be
So after that last reply I had a nice dinner, and came up with an
alternative that is more precisely what you requested:
Find . -type d | grep -i '/myDirName/mySubDirName/$'
This has the advantage that it is not subject to the imperfect
implementation of mixed-case support inherent to QSH (the -i flag sees to
that). Also, unlike the prior solution, it won't report false positives
(such as dir1/myDirName/x/y/mySubDirName). And finally (perhaps more
importantly), it makes you right about the need for grep. ;)