Recursively deleting ".directory"
digiKam insists on writing a zero byte file called ".directory" in every directory it finds under its album folder. I moved digiKam's album folder around until I settled on where I wanted it, and now my disk is full of 'invisible' files called ".directory". Now, how can I recursively delete them all?
This is on a FAT32 volume, and I will need to eliminate them from two Windows 98 boxes as well (my overnight network data mirroring proliferated them before I realized they were there). DOS / Windows won't touch files starting with a period, so I'll probably have to mount those volumes over the network and kill those files from a Linux machine.
Thanks for any suggestions anyone can offer.