LinuxOne has released LinuxMac, making Mac files readable on Linux systems.

Features include; ease of installation - the software can be loaded on a Linux machine "within a minute". LinuxMac supports drag-&-drop and mouse access, and can read-&-write Macintosh format files. The manufacturer also promises 90 days support upon registration.

Dr Wun C Chiou, Sr, president and CEO of LinuxOne, said: "We expect LinuxMac to become the favoured utility program among the graphic design community, and businesses, that need interoperable data exchange between Macintosh and Linux datafiles."

LinuxMac is currently at public beta status (Version 0.9) and costs $99.95.