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I know that the command is bchunk -p foo.bin foo.cue foo, but how I could conver all bin/cue files in a folder to iso at once?

Thank you.

  • So is this a question about how to write a shell-script for loop? Googling "shell script for loop" or possibly "bash for loop" finds plenty of tutorials and examples you can adapt to call bchunk. Also have a look at basename. – dirkt May 3 at 10:57

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