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    Brasero .bin .toc files

    Hi,

    I have just upgraded (clean install) to 8.04 and went to make a copy of an audio cd using Brasero. It produces a .bin and a .toc file, how can I mount these to access their content without burning to a cd?

    I have come across many, many posts on how to mount .iso files and I have even tried to install cdemu but I can't for the life of me work that one out as this have changed since 7.10 it seems.

    I any ideas on how to get to the data without burning to a cd?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Brasero .bin .toc files

    you can install the package bin2iso to convert the image.. and you might want to check the preferences of brasero, i think..
    "Please choose a different password, the one you have chosen is in use by UID 1432"

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    Re: Brasero .bin .toc files

    Audio CDs do not have a file system and therefore cannot be mounted into your file system.

    On a sidenote: I hope that brassero is using cdparanoia for copying an audio CD. Otherwise the copy might be unreliable.

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    Re: Brasero .bin .toc files

    Hi,

    Thanks for the replies. I just tried a similar app to bin2iso called 'bchunk' but it failed, I think because there is no .cue file created, only a .toc. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=93706&page=2

    As for audio cds not being mountable, I have in the past (windows) created an iso of an audio cd using dvd-decryptor, mounted it with dameon tools, and ripped the audio tracks.

    I think I will have to resort to burning some cds, and as far as I can see you can't change the preferences of what time of file brasero outputs (The properties box is grayed out).

    [edit] I sure hope the copy is reliable as I sent the original CD to the UK this afternoon![/edit]
    Last edited by cold_fu5ion; April 28th, 2008 at 10:27 AM. Reason: stupidity

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    Re: Brasero .bin .toc files

    Quote Originally Posted by cold_fu5ion View Post
    Hi,

    Thanks for the replies. I just tried a similar app to bin2iso called 'bchunk' but it failed, I think because there is no .cue file created, only a .toc. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=93706&page=2
    this will create your CUE file -

    toc2cue yourfile.toc yourfile.cue

    I know this thread is KINDOF old but I thought I would answer this problem.

    also


    • Install cdrdao and bchunk: sudo apt-get install cdrdao bchunk


    • Assume your .toc/.bin files are yourfile.toc and yourfile.bin, run the following commands:
      • toc2cue yourfile.toc yourfile.cue


      • bchunk yourfile.bin yourfile.cue yourfile.iso



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    Re: Brasero .bin .toc files

    Thanks for your input, troynall, it helped at least someone here

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