Can anyone help me restore the original boot 'order' on my Mac, using command-line?
I wanted to install Ubuntu on my Macbook Pro Retina (early 2013), so I could run some specific software I needed for my work. I followed the instructions from this site: http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/install-linux-macbook-pro/
I managed to install Ubuntu on a small partition on my HD, and then I performed 'efiboot fix', as suggested, so I could boot Ubuntu after restarting my Mac. I ran the following commands in Ubuntu:
sudo apt-get install efibootmgr sudo efibootmgr sudo efibootmgr -o 0,80
Then I restarted my Mac, but neither Ubuntu nor OS X could boot normally. Basically, I got a blank screen. I restarted again, holding the alt key, and then I was able to choose to boot OS X.
Can I revert the boot order somehow, using Terminal commands in OS X? Really don't feel like experimenting again with Ubuntu. And can I remove this disk partition with Ubuntu now? I tried to do it through Disk Utility, but it's not possible. Any help will be greatly appreciated.