Download and install Cygwin
Launch Cygwin from the desktop icon
Run startx from your Windows command line. "cmd" from your Search and run programs dialog.
Cygwin will launch and with multiple windows. In one of them run the xterm command
xterm from a Cygwin window
A new window will launch. This is the window you will now be working in. You will ssh to the machine where the Oracle installer is located.
Run the "ssh" command. Using the "-Y" option. Include the oracle username and the FQDN of the server.
$ssh -Y oracle@remote_hostname
Now you are connected to the remote server where Oracle was downloaded.
Set the Display variable.
I am using tcsh shell. ksh and bash uses different syntax to set variables.
tcsh use this syntax
$setenv DISPLAY remote_hostname:10.0
sh shell you can use
You should be all set. Run the xdpyinfo command to verify your display is working.
Now run Oracle Installer.