UNIXgod wrote:Not currently but burg looks promising. If your running one OS then there is no need to install any bootloader. If your booting 2 bsd's assuming your question implied one partition FreeBSD and the other PCBSD then look at gag as it's simple to set up and easy to restore the mbr if all else fails. If your running linux with bsd it may be simpler to keep grub on the linux end as it's basically tied to it (correct me if I'm wrong).
It's not tied to it, you can set up a different bootloader, but that's the one that Linux assumes is being used and you can end up with some weirdness if you're upgrading where it reinstalls the bootloader if you're not mindful.
But, really, if you've got a Linux install as part of the set up that uses grub, you may as well just use that and throw in the information to boot FreeBSD in the appropriate file. It's just a lot less hassle than other options.