Every share should be mounted separately. If you have shared multiple disks, those should show up in the file manager under Network -> Freedombox. I think permissions are now correct but if you still don’t see other shares, could you send the output of the command (from the Freedombox): sudo net conf list
Let me know if I understand your problem correctly. You have enabled sharing on device /dev/mmcblk0p3 and this works correctly (as you said you can mount ‘disk’ share). And you want to enable a share on device /dev/mmcblk0p2 and this doesn’t work?
I have enabled sharing on /dev/mmcblk0p3. The Freedombox shows up on my File Manager and with the permissions set I can now enter/mount the disk/share. But no files and or directories are shown. There is just an empty space shown. In short the content of the share is not shown, even though it is enabled and I can enter as an anonymous user or registered user in the File Manager.
Ah, OK, I misunderstood the concept of a share then. I thought I would be able to traverse through all files and directories on the partition once enabled for sharing. Still learning here… Thanks for your patience.
And I can indeed copy files to this mounted share from my linux box.