Mount an ISO file under linux with bchunk

The tool bchunk can be used to mount an ISO file. Under Fedora 9, you could use it as follows. First, you need to install it:

yum install bchunk

bchunk converts a .cue (and its pair-wise .bin) file into an iso file:

bchunk your.cue your.bin image

that creates a file named image01.iso.Then simply mount it:

sudo mount -r -t iso9660 -o loop image01.iso /media/cdrom/
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