First, you need binchunker - a utitily to convert the bin/cue pair into an iso image. It is available on macports and should be easy to get on most linux distros.
Now, you need to prepare your *.cue file. Suppose the you have a "blah.bin" file. Enter following text into "blah.cue":
Now, enter the following spell:
FILE “blah.bin” BINARY
TRACK 01 MODE1/2352
INDEX 01 00:00:00
There, you have it.
bchunk blah.bin blah.cue blah.iso
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