Let's say I have a file with a unique name (e.g.Screenshot20180509143013.png) that I wish to copy to /media/SD256.
The file /media/drive1/Users/name/Pictures/Screenshots/Screenshot20180509143013.png is tangled in some sub-directory levels, and I wish not to navigate to /media/drive1/Users/name/Pictures/Screenshots/ to find that file with the unique name.
Instead, I wish to run a command while my working directory is /media/drive1/, which looks similar to:
copy --find-filename-then-copy Screenshot20180509143*3.png /dev/media/SD256/DestinationFolder
Is there such a command that can first find the file and then copy?