Originally Posted by strifemaster
I'm running Ubuntu through an external hard drive. I hardly ever use it and would like to format the external drive to use as... well... an external hard drive to store files. Is there any way to do this?
you want to erase your ubuntu in the external drive? and just use it as an ordinary storage drive?
do have another OS to use if you format your ubuntu in that external drive?
i think you can just use FDISK? it formats the entire drive.. but of course your ubuntu will be wiped off. . .(the experts here can verify my answer)