[FreeBSD Handbook ]
Differences between FreeBSD and Fedora installation
1. FreeBSD uses the concept of Slice and doesn't support the operation to the logical partition.
2. FreeBSD uses one of the slice of a disk as SWAP and Fedora uses individual partition as SWAP.
3. FreeBSD supports UFS file system and Fedora supports EXT2, EXT3, and so on.
4. GUI may not be installed on FreeBSD.
Cons of FreeBSD installation process
Some cons here..
Some Pros here...
differences in disk drives labeling and supported file systems
files in the /etc directory (what each of them do)
setting up a network
start-up scripts in FreeBSD