if you are just running the 2 OS's on seperate drives and/or seperate partitions, on the same physical computer, both ubuntu 9.04 and backtrack 4 should have no trouble seeing each other's partition/data... if on separate physical computers, samba shares work wonders wether sharing linux => m$ or linux => linux, or the other way around.
Originally Posted by Goldhedge
- create a directory in /mnt called ...idk... bt4 (so directory = /mnt/bt4) when booted into ubuntu
- and create directory /mnt/ubuntu when booted into backtrack 4.
mount each directory like so ;;
mount -t auto /dev/xxx# /mnt/$directory_you_created
from there, read and write to each directory as u please. to make it so you don't have to mount manually and/or type in the full mount command, put the relevant information into /etc/fstab ... this is all basic, basic linux routine, tell me if I misunderstood yr question.
example: mount -t auto /dev/sda1 /mnt/ubuntu