Tested in 32-bit WINE set to Windows 98 with DirectX9 installed via winetricks.
Instructions: mount the CDS using a virtual drive (Daemon Tools, gcdemu, etc.) and open autorun.
Contents from CD 1: a full game and two demos.
Warzone 2100 - Requires DirectX 8.0 or greater. Installs and runs fine. Game requires CD, so leave it mounted while you play. If using Linux and WINE, check if the CD is mounted somewhere else other than /dev/sr0, and if so, the game will still play but music tracks won't. This can be solved by moving /dev/sr0 to something else (e.g. /dev/sr0_ori) and creating a new /dev/sr0 as a symlink to wherever your CD is mounted.
Three Kingdoms: Fate of the Dragon Demo - Installs and runs fine.
Sheep Demo - Requires DirectX 7.0 or greater. Installs fine via its own setup, not the launcher. Runs fine. For some reason (at least on Linux and WINE) sometimes going to the in-game settings may crash the game.
Contents from CD 2: shareware. All of the demos are installable via their own executables, not the launcher, because for some reason it searches those executables in the wrong place. Not all demos are guaranteed to work.
Explomän - Requires DirectX 7.0 or greater. Doesn't run. Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX - Requires DirectX 7.0 or greater. Runs fine. Pencil Whipped - Opens only via executing a batch file (GO.BAT). Doesn't run properly when starting a new game. Game uses MIDI for soundtrack, so you'll have to set it up if using Linux and WINE. The Settlers: Smack a Thief! - Runs fine. Metal Gear Solid - Runs fine. Kao the Kangaroo - Runs fine. Micro Flight - Doesn't run. Ducati World: Racing Challenge - Runs fine. Pacific Warriors: Air Combat Action - Runs fine. Starshatter: The Gathering Storm - Doesn't run.