So I new to learning about file system hierarchy etc.
I have just downloaded a .jar program (which was zipped), unzipped it, and when I click the .sh file it runs the program. I guess .sh must be a script telling the computer how to run the .jar ?
Anyhow, I am wondering where I should place the folder containing this .sh and .jar.
My understanding is that a user's installed program executables go in /usr/bin. However the folder for this program contains other files other than the blah-unix.sh and blah.jar.
config lib blah-mac.command blah-windows.l4j.ini
help licenses blah-unix.sh other
images blah.jar blah-windows.exe
Any suggestions on a standard and organized way of dealing with these files? ideally id like to not just leave them in "downloads".
Thanks in advance.