OK, well it didn't _exactly_ just work, but pretty darn close.
The install went off without a hitch with the 4CD installer even though I didn't sudo the installer. Hey, I don't sudo just any old script I find!
After the install, I kept getting an error
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./Bin/Linux-Dynamic-Release/Sam2: error while loading shared libraries: Bin/Linux-Dynamic-Release/ScriptLua.so: cannot restore segment prot after reloc: Permission denied
I'm still using FC6 and since the error kind of looked like a SELinux issue (which I'm not an expert), I figured I was doomed. A little googling gave a reference to the cannot restore error that led me to the
System->Administration->Security Level and Firewall
In the SELinux tab, expand Memory Protection and check "Allow all unconfined executables to use libraries requiring text relocation that are not labeled textrel_shlib_t." Clicked OK and the new policy was in effect.
Then running serioussam2 worked like a champ. I don't know if that option would be set by the installer had I sudo'ed it, but so be it.
Anyway, thanks for the installer. I actually got SS2 a couple of years ago following an announcement that a linux client would be out "soon." Two years later I can finally play.