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Thread: Converting bin and cue files to iso with Binchunker

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    Unhappy Converting bin and cue files to iso with Binchunker

    Hi

    I'm trying to follow your instructions for Binchunker to convert bin and cue files to iso format. I've followed all the instructions so far but when it comes to trying to convert the files it doesn't work. To make it simple, what I'm trying to convert is the downloaded bin and cue files for the game Star Trek Armada 2. The files are in the folder home/thomas/StartrekAramda2 and are named Aramda2.bin and Armada2.cue. What I'm writing in the terminal is the following:

    sudo bchunk -v home/thomas/StartrekAramda2/Aramda2.bin home/thomas/StartrekAramda2/Armada2.cue Armada

    When I execute this command it says:

    Could not open BIN ....bin: No such file or directory

    I've also tried it without the file location (just Armada2.bin Armada2.cue) and I get the same result.

    Does anyone know how I can solve this problem?

    Yours,

    Thomas

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    Re: Converting bin and cue files to iso with Binchunker

    Try

    Code:
    sudo bchunk -v /home/thomas/StartrekAramda2/Aramda2.bin /home/thomas/StartrekAramda2/Armada2.cue Armada
    "You can't expect to hold supreme executive power just because some watery tart lobbed a sword at you"

    "Don't let your mind wander -- it's too little to be let out alone."

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    Re: Converting bin and cue files to iso with Binchunker

    Thanks for the fast response, but I'm afraid I got the same message as previously.

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    Re: Converting bin and cue files to iso with Binchunker

    try writing the first part of the command then hit space and drag the .bin file into your terminal, hit space again then drag the .cue file into your terminal.
    "You can't expect to hold supreme executive power just because some watery tart lobbed a sword at you"

    "Don't let your mind wander -- it's too little to be let out alone."

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    Re: Converting bin and cue files to iso with Binchunker

    That worked! Thank you. In the terminal it inserted ' before and after each file name.

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    Re: Converting bin and cue files to iso with Binchunker

    I am trying to use bchunker with this syntax

    Code:
    bchunk /pathto/cd15.bin /pathto/cd15.cue  /pathto/cd15.iso
    and it makes a mess by only extracting the files to the path, not writing them into an ISO.

    What am I doing wrong?

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