(Please forgive me if this question is so simple or looks stupid)
I want to run Latex on Ubuntu. It is said that we use similar commands as those used in Windows OS, (e.g. pdflatex file.tex, ...) but, where to type this command line?
I mean, in Windows OS, after start cmd, we use "d:" to go to "d" disk, "cd/myTex" to go the folder myTex [which contaning Latex-related files (file.tex, *.sty files, ...)], and then after the "d:/myTex", we type "pdflatex file.tex" + [Enter] to compile the file.tex. Do I need to find the directory of the folder contaning my Latex-related files as done in Windows OS? and type "cd" +... Directories in Ubuntu are long and hard to find, something like "/dev/sda" ...
Now I am storing file.tex in the folder myTex of "Devices/Local Disk".
I looked for advices but achieved comments from the "final" step only, i.e. "please type pdflatex file.tex" ... (I guess that this is a very common task then noone asks and no answer is stored online).
Thank you very much for your kind helps.