I'm building a simple function generator powered from a 24V AC wall adapter. I've rectified the incoming AC to 24V DC using a full wave bridge and an LM317. I intend to split the supply into +/-12V rails with a virtual circuit ground (see image below).
My BNC connectors need grounding and my idea is to ground the chassis to circuit ground as shown in the diagram. Are there any problems doing this? More specifically, are there any safety issues and will it cut down on interference? The point where the circuit ground (from the supply board) meets the chassis will also be a star-ground point for all grounds in the system.