> Authentication passes fine but when time comes for chrooting the user, I
> get the following error message:
> myuser chroot("~/"): No such file or directory


This suggests that the UID/GID configured for your users in the SQL tables
do not match up with the UID/GID of the users' home directories on the
filesystem. You might need to use the SQLMinUserID directive:


An SQLLogFile might report the actual UIDs/GIDs being returned by mod_sql,
if the IDs in the SQL table are below the minimum:


Hope this helps,

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