I'll tell you why exFAT, because even Windows users are more likely to use NTFS or FAT32. Yes, many will say why all this if there is Windows where it is unnecessary to even think about it, the system itself will mount and unmount the media. But using FreeBSD is also no big deal, as you’ll see for yourself.
A flash drive is usually formatted in FAT32 initially, but this file system is excellent suitable for a flash drive, but progress does not stand still and now the volume of flash drives is more and more. And what to do if we need to copy a file larger than 4 GB to a flash drive with the FAT32 file system. I've often noticed that people format their flash drives in NTFS for this purpose. But NTFS is a journaling file system, which does not work well on USB flash drives and leads to a decrease in the lifespan of the flash drive, and will take up more space after formatting.
But exFAT or FAT64 is an extended FAT and was designed specifically for flash drives. The file size limit in exFAT is 16 exabytes.
Let's install fusefs-exfat first, no matter from ports or package.
make install clean
pkg install fusefs-exfat
In /etc/rc.conf we write
1 0xffffffff821a9000 30aec0 zfs.ko
2 0xffffffff824bf000 9b748 linux.ko
1 0xffffffff82569000 e137c0 nvidia.ko
1 0xffffffff83438000 e567 fuse.ko
We see fuse.ko then everything is fine, if no do
Now you can try to mount the USB flash drive, create any folder or simply mount in mnt.
check the contents of the /mnt folder
You will see the contents of the flash drive, to unmount the flash drive just run