You can use a file with fdisk (I've done it three
times, but to explain it here would take more time
than I have for the next several days). Most times
I use bootIt, though, which can create BSD slices too
"165/A5h: xBSD" if it is not in the menu (yet).
if you create the file: (say, file_disk)
p 3 165 * 200G
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fdisk -f file_disk -v -u /dev/ad1
That *may* (backup first!) create a 200G ufs2 partition
on /dev/ad1 after the first two (of four possible)
partitions. (Vary 165 maybe for fat32, ). No time
here to re-study whether my explanation, HERE, matches the
actual results of THAT fdisk command with THAT file.