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Old 11th March 2007, 18:58
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The directory /home/chroot/bin is not of interest for ISPConfig, as the users where chrooted to their home directory which is not /home/chroot/.

Please post ls -la from the home directory of one of the users.

I am kind of confused about the use of the chrooted /etc/passwd and group files. ISPConfig doesn't update them when I create or edit new users, rather it updates the system proper /etc/passwd and group files. Is that correct behaviour?
Yes. Because other users that you edir are not of interest for this chroot enviroment.
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