The computer being used is a Lemote Yeeloong, and the OS is currently Debian Wheezy (mipsel) with no X windows system. So the computer can only be operated with unix commands right now (until I configure an X system).
I plug in the USB, which is formatted with a FAT32 filesystem, and the syslog says to after a few nanoseconds:
[sdc] No caching page mode present [sdc] Assuming drive cache: write through
Then I type
mount /dev/sdc and press ENTER but the computer tells me that it cannot find such a
After which I type
df to see if the drive shows up anywhere mounted already or represented in /dev somewhere. But I see nothing.
What should I do? Ultimately I am going to put a new filesystem on this thing so that I can use it to netboot. But I am stuck in this place where I am unable to even mount the device.