Can partitioned installation of Ubuntu be removed from Macbook?

Asked by Lawrence

I have a MacBook 13" 2.1Ghz 4gb ram with OS X 10.5.6. I want to test Ubuntu out on my mac, by partitioning hard drive and installing it. HOWEVER, if I would prefer to remove it at any point, will I be able to fully restore my hard drive EXACTLY back to its original state? Without having to re-install OS X or anything drastic of that type?

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GAkHEdgmrQ (mvndukezjm-deactivatedaccount) said :

I recommend trying a disk cloning tool such as Clonezilla. This will allow you to backup your Mac partitions to a spare drive.

You could then restore your OS X installation using the generated Clonezilla images.

See here for more information:

Hope this helps!

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