Bash Expression: Current Directory & All Subdirectories Below
I want to tell the bash (GNU bash 3.1.17) shell to find all .html files in all subdirectories (starting with and including the current directory).
'*.html' finds all in the current directory
'*/*.html' finds all in the first level subdirectories
'*/*/*.html' finds all in the second level, etc
How do I refer to 'all html files in all subdirectories below and including the current directory' in one expression?
Google searching reveals that in the Z shell '**/*.html' would work, but it seems that this does not work in Bash.
Any help would be appreciated.