I am trying to use shell to find all sub-directories in any directory. What I would want is to have a .sh file (shell script file) that can receive as a parameter the name of the directory I'm interested in and the list of files I want to find (NOTE: I want only sub-directories that have all these files).
I know I can use this:
find $D -perm -u=rx -type f
Where D is the directory, -u is the user, r is the users right to read and x is the right to modify I believe, but uhm I have no idea how to make the file accept parameters and I have no idea how to use -u=rx
EDIT: I now understand how to use parameters for a shell script file, so that's ok. I still don't get most of the rest.
I would love it if someone could either explain the code I mentioned or ... give an alternative ?
I'm also ok with a partial answer, I just need some help.