I'm currently trying to get jailed users working with SSH agent forwarding. My shell users should be able to receive SSH agents to be able to login into third party servers. I've already setup all needed applications (ssh-add, ssh-agent etc..) for the jailed user. Also, I've added SSH_AUTH_SOCK to jk_chrootsh.ini's env variable. The only thing I think I'm missing is the `/tmp` from the global system where the socket is stored. I've read that I'd need to use a bind mount to make /tmp available to the jailed user. That's all fun and games, but I don't want to have to create a new bind for every single user that is created in ISPConfig. I'm out of ideas how to realise this. Any thoughts? Thanks!