I have recently installed my first Linux Operating system, Red Hat 9. I have no problem navigating the visual interfaces (I was originaly a windows user, and I was able to open files, save things, and all the easy things that the visual things let one do), but I have been trying to install things and unless it is in .rpm form I can't do it. I have found how to unzip the .gzip files, I have learned how to get a terminal up, and I have found the instalation instructions, but I don't even know the simple things about how to cd to a file or whatever else they are talking about. I have been searching the internet for information on how to get the extreamly basic stuff out of the way, but I can't find anyting. It seams like, any information, assumes that I already know how to do the really basic things in a command line system. I need someone to either tell me how to cd to a certain file, or tell me where I can find some really easy linux commandline, or software instalation explanations. P.S. please don't laugh at the linux daft person.