I currently have a dual boot Windows/Linux system and want to add another partition 
and install FreeBSD.

In the FreeBSD install, it mentions that the boot files must be within the first 1024 
Cylinders. Is this a requirement for FreeBSD itself or just for the FreeBSD boot 

If I use a linux boot loader (LILO or Grub) which doesn't have a problem with the 1024 
cylinder limit, will it be able to boot FreeBSD if it's boot files are above cylinder 
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