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Using a old intel cpu cooler on the raspberry pi 4.

Intel cpu cooler on raspberry pi

The raspberry pi 4 has one of the fastest CPU on a SBC , but it doesn’t come with any cooler ,
The raspberry is indeed capable of running without a cooler , but if you do anything other than idling, or something very lightweight like pihole, you are going to thermal throttle.

Since i have a old intel cpu cooler laying around i figured i could adapt it to cool my raspberry pi.

A old intel cpu cooler without the fan.

the cooler is way to big to be used the way it was designed. so i need to cut the cooler with a metal saw to make a new flat face , and put part of the cooler on the raspberry pi CPU.

sawing the intel cooler in two parts

after cutting the cooler you can see that i was far from having a flat surface to put in contact with the cpu.

To flatten the surface , I used a sanding disc fixed on my drill

After sanding the bumps , I obtained a kind of flat surface ,
i’m aware that it’s not truly flat , so to remedy that fact , i putted some thermal paste on the cpu surface.
The thermal compound will fill any irregularities enabling a good contact between the cpu and cooler.

Intel cpu cooler on raspberry pi
raspberry with cooler installed

Then to maintain the cooler flat on the cpu surface , i added a rubber band around the raspberry .
It will help pu pressure on the radiator keeping it well pressed on the raspberry cpu

Installing Jellyfin on a Rasberry PI4 (Rasbian Buster)

As soon as the raspberrypi foundation announcement of the new raspberry pi was made. I was sure it was going to be a great headless media server for my network.
with the Rasberry pi 3b and the severe lack of bandwidth on the ethernet and the USB2 ports , using the device as a media server wasn’t really practical.
Now that i received my Raspberry pi 4 B 2GB edition i looked at what was available in term of good media server and I heard about Jellyfin . a pretty features full media server .

I first installed the release of raspbian buster lite available on the raspberry pi website , then activated the ssh by creating an empty ssh file in the boot partition, ran sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade and was soon ready for the next step

After i was ready to install Jellyfin , i went to the official jellyfin website and started reading the installation instructions.
Raspbian is a tuned version of debian so I chose the instructions regarding debian and launched the following commands :

After downloading more or less 400MB, the installation was completed ,
but the server wasn’t responding on the 8096 port !
after launching the command netstat -tlp on my raspberry I figured out the port wasn’t even opened.

Weirdly systemctl status jellyfin.service was telling me the service was active and running ,
shortly after that i located the log of the application ( /var/log/jellyfin/jellyfin )

/var/log/jellyfin/jellyfin

[2019-06-30 12:40:10.020 +01:00] [INF] Jellyfin version: "10.3.5.0"
[2019-06-30 12:40:10.113 +01:00] [INF] Arguments: ["/usr/lib/jellyfin/bin/jellyfin.dll", "--restartpath=/usr/lib/jellyfin/restart.sh", "--ffmpeg=/usr/lib/jellyfin-ffmpeg/ffmpeg", ""]
[2019-06-30 12:40:10.147 +01:00] [INF] Operating system: "Linux" "4.19.50.7"
[2019-06-30 12:40:10.148 +01:00] [INF] Architecture: Arm
[2019-06-30 12:40:10.156 +01:00] [INF] 64-Bit Process: False
[2019-06-30 12:40:10.156 +01:00] [INF] User Interactive: True
[2019-06-30 12:40:10.157 +01:00] [INF] Processor count: 4
[2019-06-30 12:40:10.158 +01:00] [INF] Program data path: "/var/lib/jellyfin"
[2019-06-30 12:40:10.159 +01:00] [INF] Web resources path: "/usr/lib/jellyfin/bin/jellyfin-web/src"
[2019-06-30 12:40:10.159 +01:00] [INF] Application directory: "/usr/lib/jellyfin/bin/"

this log wasn’t helping at all it was just the same 10 line repeating over and over again, i just knew something prevented the launch of the application ,it was a starting loop, but the log wasn’t verbose enough for useful information to be logged.

After unsuccessfully trying to remove and reinstall jellyfin i tried to run the application manually and not from her service.
i first stopped the service by launching


Then launched the app by

and BINGO , i got the message No usable version of the libssl was found

after a little googlefu I figured-out the libssl installed by default in raspbian buster was too new and was causing an issue with jellyfin

my version was ssl 1.1.1c and i needed a 1.0.x version

So , to force my system to use a old version of this library without having to recompile half the OS , i created the file : /etc/apt/sources.list.d/jessie.list
and written inside the following lines :

i then launched the commands

after theses last commands , your raspberrypi is now ready to launch Jellyfin.
you can do it with


you can now access the webserver of your media server on the tcp port 8096

Bazooka lance-patates

Un Allemand a ?t? arr?t? parce qu’il tirait sur les passants avec un bazooka lance-pommes de terre de fabrication artisanale, a-t-on appris vendredi aupr?s de la police d’Essen, dans l’ouest du pays.

“C’?tait comme un bazooka qui tirait des pommes de terre”, a expliqu? un porte-parole de la police. “Une arme rudement dangereuse ? courte port?e.”

Selon la police, l’homme avait fabriqu? lui-m?me son arme, constitu?e d’un tuyau de vidange long d’un m?tre cinquante reli? ? une bombe a?rosol, dont il enflammait le gaz pour propulser les pommes de terre vers leur cible.

Le suspect, ?g? de 33 ans, a ?t? inculp? pour tentatives de coups et blessures et violation de la l?gislation sur les armes ? feu.

source yahoo.fr actualit?e