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> What're the equivalent's of ext2, swap, hpfs etc in BSD?
to see all supported the filesystems. For each of them, there is a man page. For example, there is a command /sbin/mount_cd9660 for ISO 9660 fs and a corresponding man page "man mount_cd9660"
You do not have to run theses commands directly. They are called by /sbin/mount.