Well first off, I seriously doubt the device is named "SONICblue, Inc." USB storage devices are detected as SCSI devices, so you probably want /dev/sda3. Try "mount -t (msdos?) /dev/sda3". Of course, replace that "msdos" bit with whatever sort of filesystem it's using (i.e. vfat). And if you're having trouble there, try "-t auto".
Edit: Oh, and of course, that'll only work if you have a line in fstab. So, to complete the command, something like "mount -t (msdos?) /dev/sda3 /mnt/sonic" should work, assuming /mnt/sonic is a real directory.
Last edited by voyciz; 02-24-2005 at 01:26 PM.