Coming from the windows world, a lot of applications 😉 come as .bin/.cue archives instead of the classical .iso format that we all love. Fortunately there is a simple solution called bchunk that will allow you to easily transform the bin/cue archive into an ISO archive. Invokation is simple:
bchunk file.bin file.cue file – and it will output file.format (ISO/UGH) or CDR audio tracks. 🙂
See the manual page for more infos. Nice tool, simple and effective. Loved it.