If a user xxxx login and the xxxx home directory is missing, the system display the message:
<<No directory found /home/xxxx. Logging in with home="/".>>
What to do if I wish to chroot the user to a directory different from "/" ?
I tried the keyword "DEFAULT_HOME no" in the /etc/login.defs, but it doesn't work. My distro (RedHat 9.C) uses PAM (/etc/pam.d). Is there a way to instruct PAM to use a default_home directory other than "/" ?.