It is possible to run Freight Yard Manager on Linux using wine. I have successfully done this with wine 5.0.3, so I am writing a short summary of my process, in case you also want to try running FYM on Linux - I did not find documentation for doing this anywhere else.
Dotnet requires a 32-bit wine prefix. This can be set up as follows:
WINEPREFIX="$HOME/.wine32" WINEARCH=win32 winecfg
I used the default Windows 7 configuration.
You can then install dotnet. The requirements on the website say .NET 2.0 and up will work, but the installer enforces at least .NET 4.0. This step takes a while to complete, and although wine prints a lot of "errors" to the terminal, they do not necessarily indicate a failure.
WINEPREFIX="$HOME/.wine32" winetricks dotnet40
Once dotnet is installed, you can download and execute the FYM installer.
WINEPREFIX="$HOME/.wine32" wine start <path to .msi installer>
I installed it in the default C:/FYM directory, and it ran smoothly.