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The file with extension bin/cue format is used by some non-Unix cd-writing software, but is not supported on most other cd-writing programs image.file with extension bin is the raw cd image file. image.cue is the track index file containing track types and offsets. Okay,because file with extension bin is not supported on most other cd-writing program, especially in linux, i think we must convert it to ISO, so we can open it with Brasero or mount it with nautilus. But how do we convert it?

There is a program called bchunk in linux. With bchunk you can convert any image with bin file format into iso file format. Let’s go to the point. How we convert bin to iso with bchunk ? It’s simple, type this command below :

bchunk  <bin filename> <cue filename> <basename>

bin filename : your bin file
cue filename : your cue file (usually has the same name as your bin file)
basename : your iso filename (write it without .iso)

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