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Trouble installing Java bin in ssh

Java is required for a game server I'm setting up..
I'm unable to install the java_ee_sdk-5_03-linux.bin self-executable.
Tried using chmod but didn't have any success.

Please help, I will be eternally greatfull Smilie
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Maybe If I Type In Big Capital Letters Someone Will Help Me.
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Post error message(s) from install.

Jean-Pierre.
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did you allow X11 for your ssh connection? maybe the installer needs the display support?

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