I want to use my Ubuntu computer with text-based system. But I can find only some tutorials. I need more tutorials and books.
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Firstly, I would suggest figuring out why you want to learn to use the terminal? As someone who continues to use the terminal on a daily basis for a large number of tasks, I can assure you that there are very few tasks on ubuntu that actually require you to use the terminal.
Ubuntu is designed to be a simple operating system, that you should feel comfortable with right off the bat, without the need to use the terminal. It does not hide away the terminal, or the underlying complexity of the linux system underneath, but it is not necessary to use it.
That being said, here are a few links:
Instead of thinking about "learning the terminal", rather try to go about figuring out a task you want to accomplish using the terminal, and learn that instead. For instance, the Ubuntu Guide has got excellent guides on some of these things:
The Ubuntu Guide is downloadable as an ebook or browsable online.
A book I have used extensively is called the Linux Command Line by Willam Shotts. He explains all the common tools such as
Another great introduction is at the Flossmanuals site and covers a lot of essential ground for new users, and is only 169 pages long to Linux Commands' 500 plus pages. This book is very well written and gives a great insight into how Linux works when one is accustomed to another operating system.
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I've often directed people here to get started, but as user827992 suggested the web is full of bash tutorials and examples.