Someone ran "chown -R username /usr" and now I have no way of logging into the box to change it back. SSH has been disabled, X Server won't start so I have no graphical GUI, and the console login keeps saying "Login Incorrect" when I try to login. I don't have the exact message next to me, but it says some files within the /usr directory are not owned by root, which leads me to believe the chown was the problem that caused this.
I can change the ownership back if I can just get into the command prompt somehow. Does anyone have any ideas how I could get a command prompt from this?
The box is a Dell T310 server running Solaris 10 (10/09 version).