(I guess) Everyone knows that with Linux dedicated one must wrap -mod= -line in quotes (" ") when using mods that have space in their name. Just as an example @This fine mod needs to be loaded with "-mod=@This fine mod". Afaik this was working not long ago.
Today after a while I tried to do this with one such mod but couldn't get the server to load the mod. I could see from the list of official and unofficial addons, that gets displayed at one point during the server startup, that one of my mods with a space in its name wasn't being loaded correctly. This was because the server was unable to locate the mod (folder).
No matter how I wrapped the modline in quotes (like so: "-mod=@Unbelievable modification") the server stubbornly cut the mod name leaving the modification part out. Because of this the server was trying to load @Unbelievable mod when it was supposed to load @Unbelievable modification mod instead.
It would seem that even when wrapping the modline in quotes the server only takes the first word from the mod's name and leaves the other words out.