So, Android Honeycomb only uses the MTP protocol for the USB connection. Linux has decent support with mtpfs, and the instructions are quite easy to follow (this article is based on that one).
First of all, after installing mtpfs, create a new directory (I’m using transformer since I own an Asus Transformer, feel free to use whatever you want):
$ sudo mkdir /media/transformer $ sudo chmod 755 /media/transformer $ sudo chown your_username:root /media/transformer
Then edit /etc/fstab
$ sudo vim /etc/fstab
mtpfs /media/transformer fuse noauto,users,umask=033,allow_other 0 0
Save, exit, then mount
$ sudo mount /media/transformer
Important: umount the device before unplugging, or you risk corrupting the filesystem.