Thanks for the info and the fast response! Here's what I've done so far:
I logged in with the jailed user, then started editing a file in vim.
I found the PID of vim (26037).
I found the directory for PID 26037 in /proc, and it does have a link named root that points to /xjail.
I ran jk_list as root, and it still only lists the user "nobody" with the jail "user/sbin/jk_socketd".
Here is the line for this user in the etc - passwd file outside of the jail:
And here is the etc - passwd line inside the jail:
I was attempting to lauch rootsh from the etc - profile file in the
jail, but that particular program is complaining that it can't resolve
which user launched it.
I don't know if this is what is causing this or not, but I am using pam_radius to authenticate users who login through SSH.
What do you think could be preventing jk_list from recognizing the user?