bchunk is the program that converts to iso:
Usage: bchunk [-v] [-p (PSX)] [-w (wav)] [-s (swabaudio)]
<image.bin> <image.cue> <basename>
Example: bchunk foo.bin foo.cue foo
-v Verbose mode
-p PSX mode: truncate MODE2/2352 to 2336 bytes instead of normal 2048
-w Output audio files in WAV format
-s swabaudio: swap byte order in audio tracks
so the command-line answer would be:
bchunk file.bin file.cue file && mount file01.iso -t iso9660 -o loop /mnt/iso
Giving bad advice is worse then no advice.
You wanted a GUI, and I was bored, so I whipped one together in Kommander (install that first) in about 10 minutes.
Download it here: http://konsumer.dotgeek.org/bincue2iso.kmdr
add a KDE menu entry for
and it's just like WinBlows. Set your bin file, your cue file, then choose your output directory and the basename (like if you want the iso tracks to be called file01.iso, file02.iso... it would be "file") and it will save files for all the parts (PSX tracks, audio, and isos) in the output dir.
If you want to edit it (really easy and graphical) type:
in an xterm.