What kind of server do you use?
Does it have the same version of Java as your machine?
The server is running CentOS 5.2 and the Java version is 1.4.
My machine is OSX 10.5.5 with Java version 1.5.
Do you use the same SDK or uses the SDK for linux on the server?
Please check with AIR for Linux Release Notes:
ADT doesn’t work with GNU Java, which comes as a standard with many Linux distributions.
Forgive me for intercepting your question, but I have the same problem, only I didn't even get it to work locally in the first place (and I have the win SDK locally on my win machine)
What does the "Requested keystore type is not available" mean? And why does it occur?
Is it possible to overrule the security somehow, just to get to see anything work successfully?
I got it right now .
I just somehow ****** up my first selfsign certificate, and didn't see that I am not allowed to resign an air file. When I started all over with new files, it magically worked.
About the overruling thing, I AM aware of the test tool, but it isn't really an option for me. But now when everything is peachy again, it is not a problem for me anylonger.