Installing mods in OMOD format, changing load order, archive invalidation, and most major features worked.
What does not
Any OMOD installers that have screenshots will have issues. A message will appear stating that OBMM crashed. In most cases, you will be able to continue installing the mod, but you will not be able to view the screenshots.
Oblivion Mod Manager has issues with Mono which makes changing mod load order impossible. This is fixed by creating a clean 32-bit Wine prefix and installing .NET 2.0.
What was not tested
Most of the options under 'Utilities' and 'Settings' were not tested. However, they are not required for installing most mods.
Mod authors for Oblivion do not have a standard for capitalization with mod asset files. This means that while Windows would just overwrite the files as a result of its case insensitivity, this does not happen on Linux. There are two solutions to this:
Admin note "the third way!":
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Show||Manjaro Linux||Jul 30 2020||5.12||Yes||Yes||No||Silver||J. King|
|Show||Elementary OS 5.0 Juno||Aug 08 2019||4.13-staging||Yes||No||No||Garbage||Josh|
|Current||Fedora 28 x86_64||May 16 2018||3.6-staging||N/A||Yes||Yes||Bronze||William Coar|
|Show||macOS 10.13 "High Sierra"||Feb 03 2018||2.0.4||Yes||Yes||No||Garbage||Jack Francis Heffernan|
|Show||Linux Mint 18.1 "Serena" x86_64||Jul 21 2017||2.0.1-staging||Yes||Yes||Gold||jack bean|