alfishe wrote:It's not an user-oriented product. It's really a DEVELOPMENT environment both from hardware and software sides=) Enthusiasts can use it for fun, but no one cares right now to make it commercial grade usability.
I am quite aware of that, and I am a developer myself with 30+ years of experience. This project is for me at the moment for fun, having very limited time to spend even for that right now.
Who said anything about "commercial grade" usability? I have managed to make my way using the information on Github including making myself the memory board (reported the results here), so I think it says enough.
I just wanted a simple info - which pins (by experience) would be recommended to hook up the fan. I guess this is what the forum is for - sharing knowledge in order to help other people not necessarily going the
full trial and error path. (or reading the documentation which might not necessarily give the definitive answer and is not directly related to what you actually want to do. I would understand if there was a dedicated fan header, sure)
Also you should make a distinction - it is not the same to develop for the MiSTer and using DE10-Nano as a general purpose dev-board. In the first case, I would read the MiSTer docs/manuals, and in the second - DE10-Nano manuals. To be honest I never even booted the Nano using the originally provided SD card... First boot was with MiSTer.