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With the imputs you provided, you have to change your mount options in /etc/fstab. quiet,defaults,permissions,locale=en_US.utf8 Don't use the umask option it seems that the mount.ntfs-3g manpage is false when it claims that mask will apply to newer files. All the ".mask" options apply also to already existing files. With umask=0 all your files get ...
This is working as intended. Ext4 and NTFS use completely different permission model - POSIX-style permissions are not supported there. When you copy the file between different types of filesystems which don't comply with the same standards, the metadata that's not supported by the target FS is lost. That would work the same way if you set NTFS permissions ...
Did you remember to use sudo with the restart command? If not, you have to have superuser abilities (sudo) to restart Apache. Try using sudo service apache2 restart instead. You need the superuser abilities to shut down the current instance, and then to start up a new one and bind to port 80.
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