In the mean time, I converted the cue sheet I had into a regular standards abiding .iso file instead. It's much simpler to deal with, I think. Here's how.
If it's not already installed, bchunk is available from the Ubuntu repository.
~$ sudo apt-get install bchunk
To do a conversion, simply do:
~$ bchunk foo.bin foo.cue bar
Replace foo with the name of the .cue/.bin files respectively. bar is the filename you want for the resulting .iso file. bchunk will number it by track and add the extension for you. If there's only 1 track then you should end up with a file called bar01.iso. Simple as that.
Dealing with uif files
Splitting cue/flac files
Converting CCD images to ISO