For those of you who need to, here’s how to convert those .bin/.cue files to .isos in Fedora Linux.
First install bchunk from yum:-
yum install bchunk
Then, in the directory with your .bin/.cue files, run the bchunk program like this:-
bchunk -v name_of_bin_file.bin name_of_cue_file.cue new_iso_name
There you go, a new .iso file named new_iso_name.iso should be created. ;)