I was reading this article - how do I Access or mount windows NTFS partition in Linux that mentions:
NTFS3G is an open source cross-platform, stable, GPL licensed, POSIX, NTFS R/W driver used in Linux. It provides safe handling of Windows NTFS file systems viz create, remove, rename, move files, directories, hard links, etc.
So, is it compulsory to have NTFS3G on a Live Linux CD so that when I am moving my files from one NTFS partitions to another NTFS partitions of a disk will ensure that it will not corrupt the files in the NTFS partitions?
Or in another words, does a Live Linux CD or DVD in general (without NTFS3G) provide safe handling of Windows NTFS file operations (such as moving files)?
Also does it apply on a certain version of NTFS too?