After years of trying without success or with headaches, to play Spring games in my OpenSUSE, I got it. I must give thank to community (Zero-K forum members help me a lot, like Anarchid or Vermind). This way is not recomended for newbies, cause you can not learn from excellent Zero-K demo-tutorials in a easy way. To learn, I recommend use Zero-K lobby, but for OpenSUSE nowadays is a headache, cause is no "install and play".
So the easiest way to play Spring games in OpenSUSE, in my humble opinion, is with the Web Lobby (http://weblobby.springrts.com/).
- - OpenSUSE default installation
- - Firefox latest version (Chrome, Chromium, Konqueror not working)
There is a static version downloadable for x32 and x64 Linux platforms (Windows too):
https://googledrive.com/host/0Bys6k7VMC ... JXR1pRV2M/ fully operative.
You only need to download it, extract archives and launch "WebLobby".
I am sure Web Lobby give Linux and Windows users the perfect way to play without headaches.
Project page: https://code.google.com/p/springweblobby/