Can i uninstall ubuntu from the Disk Utility of mac by deleting the partition or is there any other way. Will be thankful.

  • I thought you should make secure erase , but before you uninstall think alittle because you are with the perfect unix os – user402960 May 2 '15 at 3:58

Follow these steps to completely remove Ubuntu from MacOS:

  1. Boot from your Ubuntu Live CD or USB device.
  2. Once you are in Ubuntu start Disk Utility (gparted).
  3. Find your linux partitions and delete them.
  4. Set the swap to 'off' and then delete that partition.
  5. Reboot into MacOS
  6. Start the Disk Utility application and go to ‘Partition’
  7. Re-size the Mac OS partition as you like
  • What if there is no MacOS to reboot into? I deleted all Mac partitions and installed Ubuntu, and now can't boot from a USB or DVD nor recovery partitions. – Petruza Sep 19 '17 at 22:19

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