This question has been asked many times though. But never mind. Take a look at my small guides:
Just welcome to the world of linux.
But in simple words:
1. You have kingston 2.0. That's mean it is /dev/sda.
2. Open up terminal window.
3. Type 'su -'
4. Type 'nautilus --no-desktop'
5. Go to /mnt directory.
6. Make a new folder, namely "myusb".
7. Go to /etc/directory.
8. Look for "fstab" file.
9. Open with "gedit"
10. Add the following line to the end of the file:
/dev/sda /mnt/myusb auto user,sync,noauto,umask=0000 0 0
11. To be sure, type 'tail -f /var/log/messages', plugin the drive and see the output of the command.
12. As normal user, type 'usermount' in command line (or in gnome the run box). You'll see the line you added earlier. Mount it.
13. Now as normal user, open the file browser and browse to /mnt/myusb.
14. If you want to unmount, using usermount, just unmount it.