An app (Autokey-qt) installed itself with root as owner. It spans a lot of files and directories. I need to change the ownership to me in order to be able to edit the macros and configuration files. I'm going one by one by checking their name and location with Nautilus search but it's taking forever.
Is there a way to make chown to execute a change of owner to all files and dirs in the disk from root to me?
Right now as I locate them I copy the path from the file properties dialog and then do a
sudo chown -hvR jorge /<file path>/autokey.
I want to believe there's a switch to find and chown every file and dir with autokey on its name (autokey might be part of the name or be capitalized) or even within the contents of the file (a python scrip for example).
Thanks for any help.