PC maker Haleron is pushing a new Linux-based operating system that the company claims will be able to run Linux, Windows, and Google Android applications. it’s based on SUSE Linux, but it includes WINE out of the box, which should help it run some, but not all Windows apps. it also includes software that should let you run applications designed for Google’s mobile phone operating system.
I first caught wind of the project last week, and now the OS is available for download. (You’ll need to register for a free account to start the download).
The netbook version of the operating system is a 420MB download. There’s also a desktop version. Installation is a bit tricky. Haleron suggests using the instructions from PenDrive Linux to format a USB flash drive and copy the installers to the USB stick.
I haven’t had a chance to test Ocean OS yet. Have you? What do you think? Let us know in the comments.