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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Steve Jobless, Oct 7, 2006.
I have a bin file that needs to be installed but cant. I used stuffit but it doesnt recognize it.
I don't know why StuffIt won't open it, but what system are you on? Most MacBinary-encoded apps are old and won't run on Intel systems, and will require Classic on PowerPCs.
.bin as in .bin and .cue ?
aren't those disc images that you mount with Toast?
like a .dmg or .iso ?
it's a windows thing....
He said he needs to install it, so I assumed it was a MacBinary file. It could of course be a cue/bin set, in which case as you mentioned, Toast is the easiest choice.
i know under linux, u can open a terminal and type ./xxxxx.bin
the file is microsoft media player direct from versiontracker and microsoft, ive seen it work on a mpb