If you start the OpenELEC media player, go to the file manager, select your SD card there so that it mounts it, and go to /data/name_of_other_operating_system/home/pi you can simply access your home directory at the other operating system.RichShumaker wrote:Thank you.
I wanted something like this as I a creating a closed box Pi and won't be able to swap the chip easily.
One question as I am about to start, can you specify X amt of memory that all installs share?
So on a 16gb chip with 4 2gb OS's the other 8gb could be shared for storage. An example would be that you create a song in your Audio OS and play it on your Media Player OS both systems write to the same location.
(Linux allows a drive to have more than one mount point, so that the SD card is already mounted by Berryboot is not a problem)