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So, assuming that you want to make your root partition 100MB in size, enter 100M at the prompt and then press Enter. You are then asked to choose a partition type for this partition. Because this will hold the root filesystem, select the FS A filesystem option, and press Enter. You are then asked to specify a mount point for this partition. The mount point is the directory under which the filesystem will be available. Because this is the root filesystem, enter / in this box, and press Enter. Your screen should now look similar to this: FreeBSD Disklabel Editor Disk: ad1 Disk: ad0 Part ---ad0s1a Partition name: ad1s1 Partition name: ad0s1 Mount ----/ Size Newfs ---- ----100MB UFS Y Free: 30033360 blocks (14664MB) Free: 39882528 blocks (19473MB) Part ---- Mount ----- Size Newfs ---- ----- The following commands are valid here (upper or lower case): part I: Introduction to FreeBSD 37 38 part I: Introduction to FreeBSD C = Create N = Newfs Opts T = Toggle Newfs D = Delete Q = Finish U = Undo M = Mount pt.