Well, I guess I'll give a little update. I made a small demo recently and showed it to a few people. Some major changes will be implemented over the next two weeks, and my "hack" team will try to find as many bugs in vBash as possible.
Here's a few new features which I've added due to popular request. Once the demo improves, I will post a public server in which everyone can login and see how vBash really works.
-Reseller Support -- Let your resellers have customized configuration files, but you specify what they can set and not set (e.g. motd, allow users to change password, etc.) This allows resellers bash to look different than yours.
-Random MOTDs -- Just to keep your users coming back, display up to five random messages of the day.
-Pico / Pine-- Users now can access pico and pine and use them to the full extent. Vi is next on the list.
-Commandprompt -- Customize the commandprompt to show a combination of the username, directory, and hostname.
-Logs -- Users logging in and exiting is logged. All successful and failing commands are also logged. Logs can be customized to change the look to comply with a "grep" program.
-Password -- Either enable or disable the ability for users to change their password from the command prompt.
-Exit Check -- Check with the user if they are sure they want to exit or not so users don't accidentally exit.
-Messages -- Ability to customize all messages, including deny messages for certain commands and exit messages.
That's about all I can think of for now. I'll post more information about that demo soon. If anyone has any questions or would like to get it on their server, feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks again!