I think it has to be in a domain owned by root or the user of the domain have command ability like uptime, procinfo etc. I set mine up under the domain I use for nameservers. Maybe see if there is a way to use the "touch" command to give permisions to use those commands to the user of that domain. Just an idea
And why is it showing the windows icon
Here is mine: http://www.dnsboxes.net/sysinfo/
ok you have to chroot the user to the /proc command
# pico /etc/fstab
Add this line to fstab
/proc /home/path-to/domain.com/proc none rw,bind
Save and Exit pico
create the directory
# mkdir /home/path-to/domain.com/proc
# su root (if not allready)
# mount -a
Dont take me wrong, I'm not Anti-cPanel....I love cPanel. Right now I am testing out InterWorx control panel.
I just havent been in cPanel for so long. If you grant a user shell access through account setup are they automaticaly chrooted?