After extracting, you can either run the binaries directly from where you extracted them, or copy/move them to some other location (such as /usr/local/bin). Where you choose to install (i.e. copy/move), them is really up to you as the admin/user of your Linux box.
A nice overview of the binaries can be found at: https://monerodocs.org/interacting/overview/
Whonix has added Monero to its APT repository (you can see that here) so the process is now pretty straightforward:
Download and add the Whonix signing key:
sudo apt-key --keyring /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/whonix.gpg add ~/patrick.asc
Add Whonix's APT repository:
echo "deb https://deb.whonix.org buster main contrib ...
XMR-Stak makes use of NVRTC for mining CN/R on NVIDIA GPUs. NVRTC was added in 1cb52145, and then was disabled in 42112950 for the Linux release build.
On Windows, they ship the NVRTC shared libraries (.dll files) alongside the release executable, and because of the way Windows searches for needed DLLs, it will also search in the current directory of the ...