I have a some windows bin/cue files which i have made into isos using
bchunk file1.bin file1.cue file1.iso
which has worked great except that when i go to mount the iso the resulting .exe files are not executable. The man page for bchunk is little help in this area. I have tried making the .bin and .cue files executable first in the hopes that this setting would carry over, to no avail.
When I burn the image to cd and try to change permissions (obviously) I get the following
sudo chmod u+x /media/file1/playd2.exe
chmod: changing permissions of `/media/file1/playd2.exe': Read-only file sys
Also the command
mount -o remount,exec /media/file1
didnt seem to help resolve the issue.
Surely there is some way in Linux to force the creation of executable .exe files when making an iso? Making them under windows now would be like failure.....
thanks in advance
running linux mint 11 LXDE on Dell XPS M140 Laptop