The filesystem of my Ubuntu [url removed, login to view] LTS ran out free space and crashed. I used Ubuntu Live USB installation to mount the filesystem to free up space, the disk now has 25 GB free space. However, the system still does not boot. When trying to boot, it automatically goes to BIOS. I have access to the computer and now running Ubuntu Live USB installation on it. The filesystem is encrypted (LUKS). Running the Boot-Repair fails to errors which I could not troubleshoot.
I need you to tell me what to do to get the computer working again. By working, I mean to boot up to my existing Ubuntu installation. And I need to get it working now, only bid if you can do this right now.
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