I'm trying to burn a DVD from Windows but it fails because the full path name length exceeds the limit of something like 255 characters.
Our files are stored in Debian Linux (accessed by Windows using samba), so to avoid running some dodgy Windows app to find long path names I'd prefer to find them using a Linux command.
What command could I run to output a list of the relative path and file names for a given folder, sorted by the length of each (in descending order)?
The output should look something like this:
92 ./site/testapidocs/wjhk/jupload2/policies/class-use/DefaultUploadPolicy_WithoutAlertBox.ht 83 ./site/testapidocs/wjhk/jupload2/upload/class-use/PacketConstructionThreadTest.html 76 ./site/apidocs/wjhk/jupload2/upload/helper/class-use/ProgressBarManager.html 52 ./site/xref/wjhk/jupload2/gui/JUploadFileFilter.html 31 ./site/samples.java/applet.jnlp 17 ./site/index.html