already be a ftp program installed in your distribution, which is it and the version number?
If so, become root:
# ls /etc/init.d | grep ftp
Suppose you get back:
Or something. /etc/init.d directory contains start/stop scripts for installed services. So, you will:
Your ftp has been started. Now as reddazz suggested, open up exploder and type ftp://linux-usernmae@linux-host-or-ip
and you should be able to drag and drop.
Turn off your server after you are done with it.
Go ahead and look at the services that were installed by default anyway:
# cd /etc/init.d && ls
You may even find samba or smb