I just installed GoboLinux on a spare laptop. I wasn’t aware that the (text) installer doesn’t include setting up swap and home partitions, which I have created. Now that I have a more or less working system, I ran $ cat /etc/fstab. It looks like there are entries for my sda2 (swap) and sda3 (home) partitions, however I am not sure what GoboLinux expects regarding syntax and file location. For swap, my /etc/fstab on a SalixOS (Slackware based) install looks like this:
The device files will be in /System/Kernel/Devices, but /dev is a (hidden) symlink to that, so e.g. /dev/sda1 should work the same way. Similarly, /etc/fstab is a valid path to the right file.
The equivalent of /home is /Users and you should be able to mount there as usual. There isn’t really anything special about any of these in practice and the system doesn’t have any special expectations, or specifically require swap.