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How do I set FreeBSD to use a non-defult FS?

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I wanted to use XFS for the filesystem, not FFS. How can I change that in the install menu? Ilooked through the handbook and "FreeBSD Unleashed" and couldn't find out.
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Shouldn't it be the first screen when you start the install? Either that or the screen where you choose your mount points.
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^ what he said

When you are installing, you have the option to choose which file system you would like to use.

Reinstall, and make sure you check all the different menus when partitioning to be able to find the filesystem type
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