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As basically 99.9% of people have noticed, there is a database error causing no mods to be listed. We are well aware of the problem, and people with the access to fix these problems have been called. If you can help it, please don't contact us on this issue. Updates will arrive when we have made

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As basically 99.9% of people have noticed, there is a database error causing no mods to be listed. We are well aware of the problem, and people with the access to fix these problems have been called. If you can help it, please don't contact us on this issue.

Updates will arrive when we have made some progress.

UPDATE! The issue is related to an upgrade to MySQL 4.1 - we will be working to resolve the code compatibility issue as soon as humanly possible.

Thanks for your patience!

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M@ty
M@ty - - 508 comments

*phew* was worried for a second there, was about to panic :P

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Greg
Greg - - 104 comments

The error is related to a select query incompatibility with MySQL 4.1 that is in the current codeset.

Sorry about the problems.

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Greg
Greg - - 104 comments

Looks like the MySQL error doesnt want to go away, so we are going to downgrade to MySQL 4.0.23

ETA: Upto 3 hours, depending on compile times.

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Howling
Howling - - 22 comments

Egads I actually thought Scott made a little mistake in his coding - but it's just an upgrade ;)

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