When I mount from Nautilus, the mount point is automatically created, and when I unmount, it's removed. But, when I try to mount from the command-line on a mount point that doesn't exist, it won't allow me.
I thought maybe it's an Ubuntu/Nautilus thing, but when I use
umount (from shell) on a mount point that is created via Ubuntu/Nautilus, it automatically gets removed. So I thought maybe this behavior could be imitated from the command-line.
Any help is appreciated, thanks.