Importing libraries into arduino's Ide

I'm using a rapsberry pi 3, and I downloaded the Arduino IDE (this is awesome I know). I'm trying to install the library:GitHub - wayoda/LedControl: An Arduino library for MAX7219 and MAX7221 Led display drivers. So I copied the zip archive and the extracted zip archive to .../home/pi/sketchbook.

In the Arduino IDE ==> I open in the tab bar Sketch/Import Library/LedControl (it looks like the library was installed), but when I click on it the Arduino's IDE doesn't move a rock.

Yes, I already tried to use the #include "LedControl.h" after clicking in the LedControl on the tab bar, but it shows the message that the library or the directory wasn't found.

Hi, Look at this page:

http://arduino-info.wikispaces.com/Arduino-Libraries

The library files do not go directly in the sketchbook...

but when I click on it the Arduino's IDE doesn't move a rock.

Why would you expect it to? It's not a bulldozer.

What do you think you are going to do with a program developed for the Arduino when you have a Pi? The programs are not even remotely compatible.

PaulS:
What do you think you are going to do with a program developed for the Arduino when you have a Pi?

I think he means he is running the IDE on the Pi, as opposed to a mac or a PC.