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comment How to write a shell script to assign letter grades to numeric ranges?
@urosjarc I think this answer is reasonably helpful and a useful contribution to the site. However, it does have one substantial problem (which Tim has mentioned): it quits silently on 0, 59, 60, 69, 70, and 79, since it uses the strictly less than operator (<) rather than the less than or equal to operator (<=). I recommend fixing this problem--with that fixed, I believe this should be considered a good answer.
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comment What to do about “the disk drive for /dev/mapper/cryptswap1 is not ready yet or not present”?
@Len You're right--this only works if you can boot the system. You could try booting from recovery mode (try that first), or chrooting from a live CD/DVD/USB and doing it that way (more complicated, but doable). In a recovery mode root shell, or in a chroot you create in a live environment, all your commands run as root so you can leave off sudo in the commands. gedit is unlikely to work in either situation but nano should work fine. If you use a live system you can just run its GParted (outside the chroot); otherwise, use fdisk and mkswap. I suggest posting a new question.