Programs installed in a Linux/Unix environment follow some conventions.
Executables are (almost) always installed in the /usr/bin directory, usually once a program is
installed you can launch it from a shell, typing its name in lowercase (even if those conventions
are sometimes not fully respected).
You could launch a console and type the name of your emulator, for example assuming it to begens
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should launch it, you can create desktop icons and menu entries with these commands
If you are unsure about its name, you could type its initial letters and then proceed with <tab>,
<tab> will try to find a command beginning with those letters, if there are many of them it won't complete it, but
pressing <tab> twice will give you all these commands.