I'm running Oracle's Java 8 (it came pre-installed on my Pi/3) and I'm trying to run my own HTTP server on SSL sockets. The 'keytool' utility can create self signed certificates; this thing works on a PC, using the RSA and/or DSA algoritms.
Not so on my Pi/3: all I get is an error message on the browser, telling me that the server and client don't have a common certificate. This even happens when I generate my keystore on my PC and copy the file over to my PI/3.
Can some kind soul shed some light on this? Thanks in advance and
pd. I ran this command line in order to generate my keystore:
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keytool -genkey -keyalg RSA -alias selfsigned -keystore keystore.jks -storepass password -validity 360