First download the disc image and create an xiso file from it. To do this, let's download a game from the PC-X website. F-Zero: GP_F-ZERO_1 is a rather old release of the F-Zero games, but GT_Grand_Tournament_3 is a recent release, so let's use that one instead. It's in the PC-X Games section of the PC-X site.
Extract the disc image and put the files in a directory:
curl -o Gt3.iso https://pcx.org/en/game.php?game=GT_Grand_Tournament_3&page=PCX Now, use any utilities to make an xiso file out of the disc image. I have my own versions of these utilities that I use from time to time. I've updated the links above to refer to the ones I use the most.
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