I'm not all that familiar with the Knoppix menu setup, but here goes.
In the Knoppix 'start menu' go to system - configuration - configure your computer.
It'll ask for your root password. Enter it. When the configuration window opens you should see an option for hard drives, mount points or partitions. Like I said, I'm not sure what Knoppix lists this option as, but it'll be something along those lines. This section is what you want. Here you'll find all your info about your hard drives. Click on the drive you want to write to. There should be an option to 'create mount point'. Create your mount point by typing in /mnt/drivea. When you've done so, there should now be an option to 'mount' the drive you just named. Do so. You'll be able to navigate to the drive through the folder /mnt/drivea.
If at any point Knoppix says that you're goint to change your /etc/fstab file, then that's OK, this is what you want.
Last edited by pongmaster; 09-23-2004 at 10:46 AM.