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Hey guys, I have a bit of a problem regarding Fedora Core 1 and extracting .bin files, the problem is, it won't. I've tried it with ISO Buster (using WINE) but that only gave me this error:
Cannot open AVI.
So I was wondering if anyone here could help me get .bin files extracted.
There is indeed a .cue file, but I just want to extract the .bin, not run the files.
The idea is to burn the contents of the .bin onto a cd, and I decided that it would be best to extract the .bin and then just dump the files on a cd, since X-CD-Roast wont burn from images on my hd. I figured I might have made a mistake in the configuration of X-CD-Roast, but when I ran through the configuration again, I found nothing of that sort.
So either I need to extract the files, or I'm pretty blind.
"cdemu written by Robert Penz <firstname.lastname@example.org> Version 0.5.0 alpha
usage: cdemu [OPTION]... [DRIVENUMBER] [CUEFILE]
-d, --device use the given device
-h, --help show this screen
-s, --status shows the status of all virtual drives
-u, --unload unloads the given device
-v, --verbose be verbose
cdemu creates its own devices upon installation.
These devices are usually located at /dev/cdemu/x
Where x represents a number from 0 to n. These numbers are the device
numbers expected by the cdemu command
Think I found what i did wrong (not sure though).
Tried to do the make thing, but just about every line contains an error.
Not sure what i did wrong.
"[root@localhost cdemu-0.6-alpha]# make cdemu /lib/modules/2.4.22-1.2149.nptl/build/include/"