[CentOS] ugly login screen - squirrel
Prabhpal S. Mavi
prabhpal at digital-infotech.net
Thu Mar 29 15:48:56 EDT 2012
thanks for your response, here is the like to squirrelmail web interface.
i feel that if it is installed from source, it is later difficult to
uninstall when upgrading, that is why i prefer rpm. please correct if i am
Thanks / regards
> Prabhpal S. Mavi,
> Can you provide a URL to use to view what it actually looks like?
> Is it on an external server?
> I installed squirrelmail from the tar.bz2 file available from their web
> site at the link.
> Here is a link to the page where it can be viewed from.
> Michael Peterson
>> Prabhpal S. Mavi wrote:
>>> Dear Friends Greetings,
>>> i am CentOS User for some years now, have installed and configured
>>> squirrelmail number of times without issues.
>>> but this time it is on CentOS 6.2 x64 - i see very ugly login
>>> of squirrelmail, i wish to mention that the package was installed from
>>> epelrepo becuse it is not available on centos or rpmforge repo either.
>>> i can login also, after login this is how i see the inside interface.
>>> id anyone has come across the same? any solution?
>>> here is what i see on squirrelmail login page:
>>> bgcolor="#ffffff" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"
>>> SquirrelMail Logo
>>> SquirrelMail version 1.4.22-2.el6
>>> By the SquirrelMail Project Team
>>> < bgcolor="#ffffff" border="0" width="350"><><
>>> bgcolor="#dcdcdc">SquirrelMail Login <>< bgcolor="#ffffff"> <
>>> bgcolor="#ffffff" border="0" width="100%"><>< width="30%">Name: <
>>> width="70%"> <>< width="30%">Password: < width="70%"> <><>
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Prabhpal S. Mavi
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