Use a bit of command-line magic. Open a term window, su to root (you will probably need root authority to write to the directories you want to move these files into), then use the mv command (move) to get them where you want them.
Example: mv /home/<username>/bjfilterpixus560i-2-4-0.tar.gz /usr/local (or whereever you want the file to move to).
Edit: use these instructions, and the instructions from btmiller. Also, search the web for "newbie's linux manual'; it has many examples of command-line and other commands for the very-new-to-linux user.
Especially, look at the instructions for how to deal with tarballs (the .tar and .tar.gz files).
Last edited by bigrigdriver; 07-13-2005 at 09:18 PM.