Will there be any problem if I copy contents from an NTFS file-system hard disk to an exFAT file-system hard disk? I will taking files from Windows 7 on an NTFS file-system EHD and copying them on a Fedora machine.
You shouldn't have any issues. You may need to install a NTFS driver in Fedora. To do this run the following commands: To become root:
To install ntfs-3g:
yum install ntfs-3g
After ntfs-3g is installed you should be able to read/write to the NTFS external hard drive. More info on ntfs-3g can be found here
There will be no problem except that you'll lose all the file permissions (and encrypted files, if any)