chrooted users changing their passwords
I have a system on which I've successfully chrooted a number of users. However, since the users are chrooted, they obviously don't have access to the /etc directory (the real one) to change their passwords if need be. I want users to be able to do this. Has anyone else set up a system that allows this? I was thinking of just writing a custom "password change daemon" that could handle password change requests for chrooted users, but was wondering if anyone has a more elegant solution.