Oleksii

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  1. Hi @pkfox, First of all, here comes official support matrix: https://github.com/dotnet/core/blob/master/release-notes/2.2/2.2-supported-os.md Seems, debian package source is not maintained for linux arm64, so we should install .net core manually from here: https://dotnet.microsoft.com/download/dotnet-core/2.2 As you can see, only .net core 2.2 runtime has relevant arm64 distribution and aspnet core 2.2 only present for 32-bit. However, according to this info https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/core/linux-prerequisites?tabs=netcore30 both will be supported starting from netcore3.0! Personally, I installed latest officially announced netcore 3.0 preview2 sdk from here https://dotnet.microsoft.com/download/dotnet-core/3.0 and use it for development on daily basis. Nightly builds for all "released" major versions can be found here - https://github.com/dotnet/core-setup/blob/master/README.md#daily-builds Best regards, Oleksii
  2. Frankly, I wouldn't even bother myself with active cooling, because I like silent PCs more I simply underestimated this RK3399's temperament. I also purchased metal case for this model which can hardly fit standard dimensions fan and provide really efficient air-flow. Thus, I will try to improve passive cooling first of all (put some copper shim + thermal grease instead of magic blue chewing gum e.g.). Then, maybe, I will look for a decent (slim and silent) PWM-capable 12V fan and connect wires by myself as shaun27 suggested before. I've searched online shops quite a lot, and now I'm almost desperate to see thing exactly needed unless friendlyarm design it and start production soon.
  3. Well, I anticipated such answer just a little bit of hope there might be some ready-to-go solutions already... Thank you!
  4. I'm about to install active cooling fan on my recently delivered nanoPI T4. However, I cannot get what is a type of the soldered 3-pin fan connector on this board? What I see there is visually too small as for standard connector size. Is it something special I have no clue about yet, or it is for future proprietary Friendlyarm's fan designed specially for the board? Any suggestions are welcome! Thanks