I have two Linux installations on my computer, with
/home on a different partition but shared for the two installs. And each install has a different username to avoid conflicts. The thing is, I'm a developer, I don't want mix users, but I want to setup permissions for a shared folder.
- Ubuntu, main user:
raul, home folder:
- Fedora, main user:
ricardo, home folder:
- I want a
ricardohave permissions over this folder, maybe
root, but any other user on any Linux distro.
I hope you got my problem.
EDIT: This seems to be more complex than expect.
This note is the best I can explain, with my actual English level, so please be nice.
On the same computer, I have distros A and B installed. Distros A and B are sharing
/home in another partition but have different users... so I have
/home/a for user
A in distro A,
/home/b and you know... So I like to have a folder for example
/home/shared where users
B can both read and write to the folder, like part of the same group, BUT user
A doesn't exist on distro B and vice versa. Then how do I tell each distro to make me a group with a user from another distro?