I'll try and keep this as concise as possible, here are the order of events:
1) New PC, has Windows on it.
2) I installed Ubuntu on my new PC
3) I disabled Secure Boot so that I could use proprietary Nvidia drivers (I was prompted to do this)
4) I needed more space on my Ubuntu FS so I boot up the Gparted Live Disk
5) I resize my FS, growing it to fill unallocated space
6) Operation successful, shutdown PC and boot up into Ubuntu
And now everytime I boot Ubuntu
1) I am prompted to cancel a system filecheck with ctrl + c (I do not cancel it)
2) I see this:
Please enter passphrase for disk ST1000DM003-12B102 (cryptswap1) on none!
There is a box below it that looks like I can enter text, but nothing seems to happen when I type or press enter. I did not set up any sort of "cryptswap", I don't even know what that is. Does anyone know what is happening or how I can get around this? I need to access my Ubuntu install for work so this is really freaking me out. Worse case scenario I guess I could reinstall it but I would lose a lot of time and work so I'm hoping there is another solution