Hi everyone! Well, I'm in quite the predicament. I was in the process of installing Fedora Linux to dual boot with OS X, when I clicked on the wrong thing, and managed to wipe my hard drive of everything except Fedora (which I am currently using now). I need to reinstall OS X from Time Machine, as ALL of my files are are on OS X. I'm not incredibly tech savvy, so I have no idea how to reinstall OS X because Fedora is taking up all of the space on the HD. I've been in disk utility, and tried to mess around with a few things, but nothing would let me edit the amount of space that fedora is taking up. Is there a way that I can limit it to less that 20 GB, so that I can use the rest to reinstall OS X? I have my install disk and external hard drive, so one there is enough room on the drive to install, I will be in the clear. Thanks so much!!!