Compiling BIND 9 for use in a chroot jail should be a much more pleasant experience than BIND 8 was. In fact, you don't have to do anything special; the standard
./configure && make should suffice.
Keep in mind that if you want to enable IPv6 support in BIND (
--enable-ipv6) on Linux systems, you need matching versions of kernel and glibc. If you have kernel 2.2, you need glibc 2.1, and if you have kernel 2.4, you need glibc 2.2. BIND is quite picky about this.