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Converting .BIN/.CUE Files to .ISO’s

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Here is a quick tip I discovered today while trying to mount disc images in Ubuntu.

ISO is definitely the most common CD image type and basically every program will support it. Occasionally, you might come across a disc image in the BIN format. While there are ways to use BIN/CUE’s in Linux, it is much easier to convert them to the standard ISO format.

In Ubuntu, open up a terminal and type

Full Tip.

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