In anyone's or everyone's opinion, what is the best way for me to learn command line programming? Or should I call it command line architecture? Or structure? Here's my reasoning:
In reading the following page: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories/Ubuntu, I was reading where repository changes could be made with graphical interface, which is obviously the easiest way for a newbie like myself to start adding/removing programs, but there is also a section that says, info3.png Software sources can also be managed by making direct modifications to this file using the command line. If you prefer to use the command line instead of a graphical user interface, see Managing Repositories from the Command Line instead.
And so I thought that repositories, since I might be able to double check my work via graphical interface, would be a good place to start my language education.GUI-based repository management is normally accomplished via the "Software Sources" panel. This panel can be accessed via two menus:
Software Sources: System > Administration > Software Sources.
Synaptic: System > Administration > Synaptic >> Settings >> Repositories.
* You will have to enter your password to gain access to the page.
I suppose I'm looking for advice one where you all think I should start.