I have Ubuntu installed. I created 2 more partitions for Linux Arch and failed to install it due to choosing the wrong packages via package manager. It will work on my computer for sure (it already did). So I'm going to re-install it.
The reason I created 2 partitions (/boot and main /) for Arch is that I'm on UEFI system and it's x64 also. That's a must.
So do I have to remove all the files from these 2 partitions before re-installing Arch or can I just re-install it without it? If case I have to remove them, how would I do that? Just
mount them (partitions) while I'm on Ubuntu and remove via
rm -r all the files in them?