Well, my first time reading this thread . . . this title (new?) intrigued me
as I have worked with moving/taking files off of NTFS and FAT32 hard drive partitions with linux quite a bit . . .
all with a Fedora 11 Live filesystem (not even installed - just running off USB or CD/DVD iso -
it still amazes me - no sshfs server or nothing).
Anyhoo . . . as I'll be on the boards today with my own situation (iptables firewall) I can check back if ya' have other details . . .
But in general
moving files can maybe
get into file permissions - and if you are moving into a different filesystem type
. . . (?)
I'll first just recommend learning mv
of files by the command line . . . as everything works better as the root user.
mv command manual page
and here's an example I often use just as a template of what it can look like . . .
mv /tmp/ploplinux-v4.0.2/* /tftpboot/ploplinux/
all files and directories in that directory get moved -
and of course be in the right directory and watch paths . . .yada yada yada