If you followed the procedure, the:
contains the Trial download and the compressed archive containing the entire Linux installation (hundreds of directories and files)
You can see for yourself by going there in the Finder or entering the following into a Terminal window:
ls -l /Users/cfmx/Public/Drop\ Box
(the backslash escapes the blank character, so the path name will be correctly interpreted)
Now, when we expand this archive (at the root file level), it automatically creates a mirror image of the directory structure we created when we installed on linux -- it was installed in /opt.
/opt is a directory that typically is used to hold system-type software that is not part of the Unix distribution
Apple uses /Applications in a similar manner to hold Application programs that are available to any user who logs on the system
CFMX is not aware of the OS X tie-in between programs in /Applications and user files (created by the programs) stored in the users Documents directory.
I chose to follow the convention used by CFMX on Linux.