I'm using linux to analyze a windows directory structure. The structure is:
/Documents and settings /username1 /My Documents ... /username2 /My Documents ... ...
What command can I execute so that the contents (and sub folders) of all the "My Documents" directories are listed like:
/Documents and Settings/username1/My Documents/filename /Documents and Settings/username1/My Documents/subdir/filename /Documents and Settings/username2/My Documents/filename
Basically there are a ton of users but almost none have anything in their My Documents folder. I just want to find and show the contents of those user's that do have documents.
EDIT: Each "username" directory contains many sub directories. I only want to list the tree below the My Documents folder but do so for all usernames at once.