running atlassian-jira-6.0.7-x64.bin doesnt work

instead the following message comes up:

klue@saturn:~/Programme/Jira> atlassian-jira-6.0.7-x64.bin
If 'atlassian-jira-6.0.7-x64.bin' is not a typo you can use command-not-found to lookup the package that contains it, like this:
cnf atlassian-jira-6.0.7-x64.bin
klue@saturn:~/Programme/Jira> cnf atlassian-jira-6.0.7-x64.bin
atlassian-jira-6.0.7-x64.bin: Kommando nicht gefunden.
klue@saturn:~/Programme/Jira>

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You haven't specified a path and I'd guess you might not have made it executable.

Try ./atlassian-jira-6.0.7-x64.bin

And also check it's got +x for the right user (ls -l will tell you)

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