bin/cue conversion to iso/cdr on Linux

Recently I have bin and cue cd image which I need to mount on my Linux however I have found problem mounting them using the usual way which I mount iso images.

From forums I found that I need to use bchunk to convert the bin/cue to iso/cdr first then mount the converted iso. Conversion was surprisingly fast.

command line: bchunk cd\ 4.bin cd\ 4.cue cd4

Reading the CUE file:

Track 1: MODE1/2352 01 00:00:00

Writing tracks:

1: cd401.iso 237/237 MB [********************] 100 %



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