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Accidentaly I have removed my /mnt directory... how can I restore it? with the exact permissions and etc???

This directory was empty.

  • Have you tried extracting it from your backup? Such a minor problem is an excellent "exercise" to see if your backup/restore strategy is working. – Anthon Jan 15 '15 at 7:49
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Create /mnt as root and:

chmod 755 /mnt
  • Any thing else? uid or ETC? – MLSC Jan 15 '15 at 7:27
  • sudo mkdir /mnt, sudo chmod 755 /mnt, that's enough. owner and group are all 'root' – zhangjie Jan 15 '15 at 9:10
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Yes, all you have to do is to (as root)

 mkdir /mnt
 chmod 755 /mnt

The chmod is necessary to ensure that the mountpoint works correctly.

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From TLDP:

This directory is provided so that the system administrator may temporarily mount a filesystem as needed. The content of this directory is a local issue and should not affect the manner in which any program is run

This means you can simply create the /mnt directory as instructed in the other answers. Since there was nothing mounted under /mnt and it was empty, nothing to worry.

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