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So you have done installing Ubuntu or Linux Mint on MacBook Pro by following the articles on this site. Although both Ubuntu or Linux Mint work well on MacBook, you may want to remove GRUB Bootloader MacBook Pro for some reasons. This article guides you how to remove GRUB Bootloader on MacBook Pro. It should be also applicable for MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac and Mac Pro.

Absolutely it is very easy to remove GRUB Bootloader MacBook Pro. Once it is removed, it will automatically restore with the Mac Boot loader.

Let’s go to the guide to Remove GRUB Bootloader on MacBook Pro

    • Boot into OS X and open Terminal (Utilities/Terminal)
    • In Terminal application write the following commands!
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  • Reboot the Mac

Once the MacBook reboot, you should not see the Ubuntu GRUB Bootloader anymore.

To make it easier to follow the guide above, I have create a video that you can find below

Hopefully this brief post is helpful for you to remove Linux Grub Boot loader on your MacBook.

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Introduction

GNU GRUB is a Multibootboot loader. It was derived from GRUB, the GRand UnifiedBootloader, which was originally designed and implemented by ErichStefan Boleyn.

Briefly, a boot loader is the first software program that runswhen a computer starts. It is responsible for loading and transferring controlto the operating system kernel software (such as the Hurd or Linux). The kernel, in turn,initializes the rest of the operating system (e.g. GNU).

GRUB Development

GRUB 2 has replaced what was formerly known as GRUB (i.e. version 0.9x), which has, in turn, become GRUB Legacy. Enhancements to GRUB are still being made, but the current released versions are quite usable for normal operation.

GRUB Legacy is no longer being developed. For the differences between GRUB Legacy and GRUB, see the Grub Legacy Documentation.

Useful and Historical Links

  • PUPA was a research project to develop the next generation of what is now GRUB Legacy.
  • Etherboot is a free software package for booting x86 PCs over a network. We are using its device drivers for our own netboot support.
  • The original GRUB site.
  • A GRUB logo by Karol Krenski.
  • Another GRUB logo by Karol Krenski.

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GRUB is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under theterms of the GNUGeneral Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; eitherversion 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

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