I think the question title explains itself, but I will give you some details...
I have a MacBook Pro Late 2011 with Ubuntu 13.10 and OS X Mavericks sharing the same hard drive with OS X using most of it. In the OS X partition, I have my development folder with all my working projects, learning projects, etc.
What I want to do is to share this folder between the OSs, because I work in both systems depending the language or project, and I have to manually sync both devel folders all the time, and I'm tired of it.
I don't know if this is even posible... maybe changing the folder permissions (I already tried, but I have to update new file permissions all the time), I don't know if I can tell both systems to write custom permissions for files inside particular folders, or if there's an app to help me do this.
What can I do?
And thank you for your help.
For now, I'm using the default settings for this folder, and as I said, the fold belong to OS X and I can access to it from Ubuntu using sudo. I also have a similar folder in the Ubuntu partition where I can work when I'm using this system, but everytime I ha to manually sync both folder so I can access them from each system.
Everytime I copy files from one folder to another, I have to set the right permissions again for every file and folder, it sux.