Just find out where in /dev on your system USB devices usually show up (in Slackware it's /dev/sda1), and make a new directory under /mnt (say, /mnt/camera or /mnt/mp3). Then, mount it like a normal device:
mount -t <filesystem> /dev/sda1 /mnt/camera
The specific filesystem your camera or mp3 player uses is probably something you'll have to look up. You might also have to look around to see how to make the computer actually recognize the device - I had a rough time with that when I installed my wireless laptop mouse. The mouse blinked, everything was fine, except that the device file wasn't bound to the port. However, that link I posted above should be a help, I hope.
Last edited by rose_bud4201; 03-27-2004 at 01:48 AM.