The server has been majorly rehauled! Now, you'll need to complete the Sever admin page instead of the minecraft connect badge, each time you want to use our minecraft servers. Our server can now be accessed using the following process and has replaced the ip play.learntomod,com which no longer exists.
To get there, click the green square on the learntomod homepage:http://mod.learntomod.com/server_instances/current
There's a tutorial Steve button on this page, that should show you a video.. To summarize, press the start server button and then you'll be given a temporary ip. Then create a new 1.9.2 profile on your minecraft launcher! Then, log into the minecraft, select play, multiplayer then direct connect and enter the ip.
After you're in your world, you can press the mod button and mods should load.
A Note About Our Energy Saving Features:
After about 10 minutes of inactivity in your Minecraft world, you'll need to press the start server button again and get a new ip. But try not to stay in your server world for more than 3 hours per day, or leave it on when you're away from your computer, otherwise you may run the risk of going over your monthly 100-hr Minecraft server hour limit - that time will reset each month. If you go over the limit, please contact us.
Every time you log into your world, your mod chest will be cleared - this will help prevent bugs!
if you're unable to use commands or aren't able to connect ... make sure your Minecraft username is set. Go to the Account (gear) tab in the middle of the LearnToMod homepage - look for 'minecraft username'. Then login to your Minecraft launcher. In the top right corner, click the name you see and select 'Switch Account' - then look under the 'Choose Account' heading. (Note: your minecraft username isn't usually an email.) Compare the Minecraft username in your Minecraft launcher to the one in your LearnToMod account. The spelling, capitalization should match exactly. If it isn't correct, press the change link in the LearnToMod Account section, and re-enter it.
If this doesn't solve it, please send a screenshot of what you see when minecraft fails to connect. To take screenshots, press f2 or fn + f2 then look in your computer's minecraft < screenshots folder.