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19.2.2. Your computer dual-boots Fedora and Mac OS X

The procedure to remove Fedora from a system that dual-boots Fedora and Mac OS X varies depending on whether you have installed Boot Camp on your computer:
You are not using Boot Camp on your computer
  1. Open the Disk Utility in /Applications/Utilities.
  2. Select the entry on the left for the disk volume containing Fedora.
  3. Click the Partition tab on the right side of the dialog.
  4. Select the Fedora partitions and click the minus button below the partition layout diagram.
  5. Resize your OS X partition to include the newly freed space.
You are using Boot Camp on your computer
  1. Open the Boot Camp Assistant in /Applications/Utilities.
  2. Select Create or remove a Windows partition and click Next .
  3. If your computer has a single internal disk, click Restore .
  4. If your computer has multiple internal disks, select the Linux disk, and then select Restore to a single Mac OS partition . Click Continue .

 
 
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