To run the installer in graphical mode, use a graphics display server. If you are logged in remotely to a UNIX machine, you can use an X Window server to redirect the graphics display to your local host.
If you do not have a display device installed on the machine where you want to install the product, you can run the installer by using an X Window server installed on another machine. Use the DISPLAY variable to redirect output of the X Window to another machine that has X Window and xterm installed.
The following table lists the commands to set the DISPLAY environment variable:
setenv DISPLAY <host name>:0
export DISPLAY=<host name>:0
If you do not know the host name of the machine that has the X Window server that you want to use, ask your network administrator. You can also use the IP address of the machine. For more information about redirecting the DISPLAY variable, see the documentation from the UNIX or X Window vendor.
If the X Window server does not support the font that the installer uses, the installer displays the labels on the buttons incorrectly.