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Old 12-05-2004, 05:42 AM   #1
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mounting bin/cue images without convert to iso? - technical discussion

I've searched and search, but the only way I can find to mount a bin/cue image is to first convert it into a .iso file. I have a lot of the bin/cue images and most of the images that I recieve are in bin/cue format. I don't want to go through and convert each one to .iso. Its hard for me to believe there is no way to directly mount a bin/cue image in linux.

That being said, if there really is no way to mount it, what is the roadblock preventing the creation of software that would do that? I don't know much about it, but it doesn't seem like its that complicated. Does anyone want to start a project with me for this purpose?

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