I have ripped some audio cd's using the program Brasero. The process seems to have gone well, or it remains to be seen. The output is in the famous .toc .bin format. I cannot find a way to successfully mount these images. If I can mount them, I can just burn the contents without having to burn the whole thing as an image.
What program or command would one use to mount such an image?
Secondly, and only out of curiosity, I attempted to convert the images to iso format using a combination or toc to cue, and then bchunk to iso. This did not produce an iso image, but it produced all 10 audio tracs in the format of .cdr. I cannot find a single program that will open such files, and my computer seems to think that they are corel drawing files. Where did my iso go? Why is there no iso? What do I do with a .cdr file?
I no longer have the original cd's, so what is the best way to deal with this?
This is my first post on the forum! I searched for a while to find something that deals with the problems that I'm having, and didn't find anything that quite fit. So, any help that anyone can be would be greatly appreciated!!