Hi jviding,

welcome to the forums.

First of all, I guess you'd be best off if you found yourself some repository with pre-compiled binaries for the distro and architecture you decided to work with.

Especially the architecture is an important issue:

> rpm -ih -vv http://download.opensuse.org/reposit...9.1.x86_64.rpm

Unless you have some extreme add-on board for your Pi, bringing an Intel-compatible CPU into play, installing some x86_64 architecture packet ("Intel 64bit") seems like a bad idea and prone to fail.

Looking at the repositories available at opensuse.com (http://download.opensuse.org/reposit...Pike:/Staging/), I could only spot ARM RPMs for SLES12SP3, so you're out of luck with regards to your current board. As a matter of fact, I couldn't locate any SLES15 compiles at all.

You'd probably have to ask the maintainers to provide a SLES15/ARM compile. Having done one for SLES12SP3 already, maybe it's not too much work for them.