To convert a .bin and .cue file combination into a iso image file in Linux, you need a handy tool called Binchunker. Most tools on Linux require a ISO image (mounting, extracting, etc), so .bin and .cue files will need to be converted first.
$ sudo apt-get install bchunk
Convert the .bin and .cue combo to a .iso image:
$ bchunk cdimage.bin cdimage.cue output
This will create an iso file with the naming format of outputXX.iso, where XX is a number based on the track that is being exported. Eg. output01.iso for the first track.
$ bchunk cdimage.bin cdimage.cue output binchunker for Unix, version 1.2.0 by Heikki Hannikainen
Created with the kind help of Bob Marietta , partly based on his Pascal (Delphi) implementation. Support for MODE2/2352 ISO tracks thanks to input from Godmar Back , Colas Nahaboo and Matthew Green . Released under the GNU GPL, version 2 or later (at your option). Reading the CUE file: Track 1: MODE1/2352 01 00:00:00 Writing tracks: 1: output01.iso 550/550 MB [********************] 100 % $