> > no, Mips sold two different versions: Server (no video, no mouse, no audio)
> > and Workstation (fully equipped).
> And at the moment Linux/Mips supports the Workstation only versions ?
Yes, but not the onboard SCSI.
> Does that mean that my Millennium that was used as a server should boot via
> serial link ?
Probably. The Millenium aka Magnum 4000SC isn't supported yet; the support
for the SC/MC caches is still missing.
> I suppose the only OS the server models worked with was RISC/OS not WinNT ?
Yes. And with the experience I made with WNT on Olivetti I would not
even try to install it. It will just crash.
> What we need then is a seriel bootable Linux and an Xserver or shell that you
> can rlogin over Ethernet ?
Yes. You can try to attach the machine's serial interface via a nullmodem
to another machine/terminal. The parameters should be 9600 8N1. Maybe
you have to hit the break key several times but then you should get some