Is there a parameter or flag forcing a command line installation instead of GUI installation?
On a Linux server there is a X-Server installed and while starting the Performance Analysis installer automatically the wizard-GUI pops up, but a command line installation is needed.
Unset the DISPALY variable in terminal shell where you want to start the Performance Analysis installer from. In most cases this variable is automatically set in the .profile file. You can unset it there and source the .profile file again.
If this won't help go to solution 2.
Use a login shell to start the Performance Analysis installer. To open a login shell on Linux press alt + crtl + F1. Instead of F1 you can also use F2, F3, F4, F5 or F6 cause Linux allow you to open 6 login shell. In the login shell the use of a X-server is automatically disabled/not allowed.