ale wrote:If you are interested, you can try the gparted livecd
I have just visited the home page of "Gnome Partition Editor" (GParted) and in their features there was an "interesting" table with supported "file-systems".
There were 13 mentioned file-systems and 12 of them could be created with GParted. Concretely: "ext2, ext3, fat16, fat32, hfs, hfs+, jfs, linux-swap, ntfs, reiser4, reiserfs and xfs". And astonishingly, the only one that was not supported (for creation with GParted) was "ufs" = "Unix File System", and right that
And it moves me to the next question:
Which file-system is supported for FreeBSD system? Or, which is the best for it, because I have heard something about "BSD Fast File System" (ffs), isn't it better for FreeBSD than "ufs"?