Parsec is a piece of software that allows you to use a remote client, like a smart phone, android tv, or laptop, to game on a beefy host machine with a gpu. This is a brief description of how I was able to get the parsec client working on OpenSuse Tumbleweed.
wget http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/utilities/openSUSE_Factory/x86_64/alien-8.88-3.29.x86_64.rpm sudo zypper install alien-8.88-3.29.x86_64.rpm sudo zypper install rpm-build
Or, to be more secure, visit the one click install page for the alien package at [https://software.opensuse.org/package/alien](https://software.opensuse.org/package/alien), click “Show Experimental Packages”, and click the 1 Click Install button under the utilities package.
You may get a question regarding what to do about the lack of GPG keys if you do not do the 1 Click Install method. Type
i in the terminal when prompted to ignore the missing gpg key.
wget https://s3.amazonaws.com/parsec-build/package/parsec-linux.deb sudo alien -r parsec-linux.deb # This produces a file named parsec-147-10.x86_64.rpm sudo zypper install parsec-147-10.x86_64.rpm
Create an account on parsec.com.
Start parsec on your host computer, or launch a cloud instance.
You should then be able to start parsec from the terminal by running
parsecd, or by finding it in the launcher. You will get a prompt for your email and password for the account you created. If everything goes well, you’ll have a desktop window open up.