So I installed Ubuntu on my PC and it encountered an error and doesn't boot any more. I needed to get some files off of the pc so I decided to install Ubuntu on my mac for dual boot and then connect my pc's hard drive to my mac with an external case. It didn't work, at least the installing Ubuntu part. I have a 160GB HD and some how I ended up giving up and erasing partitions so now I have Macintosh HD at 87.9GB capacity, BOOTCAMP at 124.4 MB and "Linux Swap" at 2.5 GB. That adds up to something like 90GB. How do I get rid of "BOOTCAMP" and "Linux Swap" partitions and how do I get them and the missing space back on to "Macintosh HD"? I hope I don't have to do a clean install of Leopard. Thanks.