How do I Install Storyline 2 on a Linux?
The short answer is: you can't. Storyline 2 is a Windows-only product and will only run on Windows.
But there are ways of running Windows programs on Linux and they are outlined here.
I suspect you'll have the most luck with a dual boot system or virtual machine. I find it unlikely that Wine or similar solutions will work.
You can read more about the system requirements for Storyline here.
Can courses work on Linux System?
Hey Colin - I'm not sure if you are referring to authoring or viewing courses, but all requirements can be found in the link Ashley shared above. I'll re-link here.
I'm not familiar with Linux, but you would need Windows to author.
It would be just to view courses not for authoring so I am not sure if SL2 is compatible to view on Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial ? Thanks
More and more, I find that I wish developers would port their software to Linux. More and more people are getting frustrated with MS and Apple, and looking for alternatives. I now have several Linux boxes, and wish I could port more of my favorite software packages to them.
SL2 courses default to depending on flash, so if you have an internet-capable browser that can display flash content, you are all right. SL3 and 360 are supposed to be able to create content that is 100% flash free (dependent on HTML5), but results are mixed.