At the beginning of <a href="http://www.interworx.com/support/docs/nodeworx/shell/howto-enable-jailed-shells">this article</a>, there are two notices. One that says that the jail kit is enabled by default since version 2.1.0 and everything has been taken care of by default. Next, there is a notice that says that this process is only needed when you don't see the /usr/sbin/jk_chrootsh shell in the list. The problem is that, both notes are right in our case. Everything described in the whole procedure seems to have been done during installation but we still do not see the /usr/sbin/jk_chrootsh shell in the list. Also, when we use another shell (like bash), the user has access to the whole server's directory structure since he is not jailed... We have tried adding /usr/sbin/jk_chrootsh in the /etc/shells file and saw it appearing in the list but it is unusable (seems to act just as /sbin/nologin). Is there a way to add the /usr/sbin/jk_chrootsh shell in the "Shell Accounts" section in a manner that, when applied to a user afterwards, it can be used and the user is jailed?
Thanks for any help!