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I have downloaded Asterisk@Home v2.7 as an .iso file.  In order to get this on a CD-ROM, I need to extract it, so I downloaded isoBuster.  I can't extract the files properly, and I don't understand much about Linux, so I am not sure what to do here.

How do I extract these files so I can install the VoIP server?

Thanks,

Stank
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You need to burn the iso image onto the CD.
You need to use a good CD burning software like Nero or any other provided by the CD-RW manufacturer.
http://asteriskathome.sourceforge.net/handbook/#Section_2.2
 
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That's the problem.  When I extract the thing from isoBuster, it makes all of the files in a subdirectory of asteriskathome/  I am not sure what is going on here.
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http://www.isobuster.com/
IsoBuster is a highly specialized yet easy to use CD and DVD data recovery tool.  It supports all CD and DVD formats and all common CD and DVD file-systems.  Start up IsoBuster, Insert a CD or DVD, select the drive (if not selected already) and let IsoBuster mount the media.

In short it is not a CD burner but data recovery software.
You needn't extract directly from iso image the CD Burner s/w will do that for you.
You just add the iso image when the CD Burner ask for the file to burn on the CD.
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>> You needn't extract directly from iso image the CD Burner s/w will do that for you. <<
The problem is that I am not using any CD Burner software - I am using Windows to do it.  I simply drag my files to the cd-drive and windows loads everything.  Is it possible to do this without a program such as Nero?  I don't have it, just IsoBuster!
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You can download a trial version
http://www.nero.com/nero7/eng/nero7-demo.php
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>>Is it possible to do this without a program such as Nero?
no beacuse the sector information is also stores in iso image that can only be
handled by a cd burner s/w.
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Thanks Vinod, I downloaded Nero and everything works fine now.

Have a good day!

Stank
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Have a good day! :-)

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