It's the old school way, but you could run dmesg to see whether it's been detected and, if so, how. If it's detected, you could try putting it in /etc/fstab. I did that to mount my mp3 player
and thumbdrive back in the olden days.
Dmesg generates a lot of output. It might be best to pipe it to a file, then open the file with less so can navigate it.
dmesg > somefile.txt
You might have to run dmesg as root.
Here's more information about fstab: http://www.tuxfiles.org/linuxhelp/fstab.html
Note that Apple is not particularly friendly to OS's other than theirs and Windows (because they have to be). It would be a good idea to make sure all your data is backed up first.
This article seems to offer another way: http://www.linuxuser.co.uk/tutorials...pad-with-linux