[SOLVED] How to execute .jar files in ubuntu linux server
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You should have provided that information in your first post. I don't have experience with this so can't help but I'm quite sure there is way; I think that googling for 'remote X' or 'remote X11' should get you on the way.
I'm out but will follow to possibly learn something from it.
The OP did hint at that, since they mentioned using PuTTY in their first post. That was why I suggested using NX, though I'm unable to help with setting up a server unfortunately (having never done it myself).
Now I install XManager now on my local PC. Now I don't understand how I can execute my jar file.
Can anyone help???
Well now that you have X, have you tried
$java -jar serverfile.jar
Make sure you are in the appropriate directory when you execute that command. You will have to have the java runtime or sdk installed for this.
If you can not install these go to googleand type: linux java runtime install in the search bar. (3rd link down looks good) ... Click it ... READ what it says. DO NOT skim through it: Read it ... leave it open so you can use it as a guide.
(note: as my signature says, This is a suggestion not a solution. Post back if it doesn't work or isn't what you needed)