FreeBSD 13 supports 3 timestamps (atime, mtime, and btime). touch utility can change atime and mtime with this command.
atime = touch -a
mtime = touch -m
But support for btime is missing.
Steps to reproduce:
1) Create a .txt file. Then open the .txt file and edit the .txt file and save. Now have 3 different timestamps for atime, mtime and btime.
stat -f "Accessed (atime): %Sa%nModified (mtime): %Sm%nCreated (btime): %SB" '/home/liveuser/Desktop/123.txt'
Accessed (atime): Apr 08 10:37:48 2021
Modified (mtime): Apr 08 09:27:47 2021
Created (btime): Apr 06 19:26:34 2021
2) Change with touch -> btime
3) This is not possible because there is no touch command that can change btime.
touch supports changing btime. The command to change btime could be: touch -b