I found a tutorial in the first sticky on this list:
It concerns itself with "Loading" It starts out with the most basic of Command Line. I have printed out the tutorial and all of the references and put them in a binder. Then when I open Ubuntu (I have a dual boot machine), I can follow the tutorial. I have taken a red pencil and highlighted the most important phrases. This will allow me to refer back to the folder in times of need.
From all I have talked to the "Command Line" is the lifes blood of Ubuntu. I am working my way through Command Line. It is a new language. It shows the unity of structure of Linux. Every thing starts from /. I feel that learning the absolute basics first will make for a more friendly relationship witth the OS.
Paynes Ck. Ca.