extracting a .bin file in Linux

  bemuzed 20:09 02 Oct 2006
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I have windows ME and am playing with Ubuntu Linux distro. If I download somethign whcih ends .rpm or .deb Ubuntu will extract the program and load it onto my PC. However, some files end .bin but I don't know how to extract those. As you probably gather I am not quite sure what I am doing, so if it is too hard just tell me not to bother, I won't be offended.

  Diodorus Siculus 20:13 02 Oct 2006

bchunk v1.2.0 - BinChunker for Unix / Linux
click here

This may help (or further confuse matters).

  Diodorus Siculus 20:14 02 Oct 2006

Download BinChunker 1.2.0 for Linux - bchunk is a CD image format converter from BIN/CUE to ISO/CDR tracks. - Softpedia
click here

  bemuzed 20:53 02 Oct 2006

I had a look but this looks too hard compared to the click and install for other Ubuntu programs, but thanks for teh advice.

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