I am almost certain that the answer to this question will be Yes! But I need to be sure.
We are about to replace our old Windows Server-based web server with a Linux-based web server. This will be the server that I will use to publish a new help centre using the RH2017, Responsive HTML5, Indigo layout. As we are talking about web technologies I don't suppose it matters at all whether I use a Windows-based or a Linux-based web server.
Will I have any problems publishing RH2017, Responsive HTML5, Indigo layout to a Linux web server? I'm not using RoboHelp Server, by the way.
I would highly doubt that it makes any difference what o/s is running on a web server.
One thing to watch for is that the case of the links is the same as the case of the file name. I believe on Linux myfile.htm and MyFile.htm are different.
See www.grainge.org for free RoboHelp and Authoring information.
Ah yes, Linux is like Unix-lite and it definitely is case sensitive.