I have remote-mounted the /usr partition of a server to set up a
dataless client. The mount is read-only. Unfortunately, several files
in /usr/dt will not execute under root if their permissions are
-r-xr--r--. They will run as root only if I use... -r-xr-xr-x.
Is there a better way around this. I don't really want to make dtlogin
executable by anyone.