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Steam does work through tether it which does use a VPN. It has never worked through a proxy, however.
Steam has in-home streaming and only requires steam on both computers. You can add non-steam games. I know from personal experience that non-steam games that launch with the steam overlay enabled can stream so your friends can watch you play: when they enabled the feature, I had a friend send a request and successfully connect and view my game while I was ...
The easiest way to go here is to use Steam's in-home Streaming Feature. It is specifically build to play games remotely from one computer in a home network while it is run on another. This also works with other games that are not native to Steam. It would solve all your problems at once. You only need to install Steam on your Linux Computer.
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