I'm not clear on your question. Is the tar file inside an iso image? If yes, you need to be root to mount the iso image.
First, create a mount point. we will use /mnt/iso as an example. Open a terminal window and type these two commands.
mkdir -p /mnt/iso
mount -o loop iso-image.iso /mnt/iso
Replace iso-image.iso with the actual file name.
To extract the tar file type
tar -zxvf /mnt/iso/path-to-tarfile.tar.gz
Replace path-to-tarfile.tar.gz with the actual directories, if any, and the tarfile name.
If the iso image was burn to disc, mount the disc and type df to see the mount point of the disc. If the mount point is /media/dvd in this example, type
tar -zxvf /media/disk/path-to-tarfile.tar.gz
Depending on how you created the tar file, it will extract the folder or a list of files or both. If there is a new folder, change to that folder and look for a script to install the flash plugin. If the script is not executable, then type chmod +x flashplayerscript and then ./flashplayerscript
flashplayerscript is not the actual name, it is an example.
Linspire is now owned by xandros. You may need to contact them concerning CNR.
Last edited by dv502; 04-14-2010 at 04:35 AM.