Dan New Member Posts: 1
We have a custom board to connect a HDMI to CSI chip (TC358743) to the Up-Board, but it is not currently working.

I have added the TC358743 driver to the kernel image, but I am unsure if the CSI driver is even available. So I am looking for some information on how to check if the CSI interface is enabled or not, what kernel config option is used to do this and what Up-Board trees support it (Yocto, Ubilinux, Ubuntu etc).

Any help would be greatly appreciated.



  • DCleri
    DCleri Administrator, AAEON Posts: 1,213 admin
    Hi dlh123,

    The CSI interface requires both a CSI driver and BIOS support for the specific chip.

    At the moment the BIOS team is working to enable some camera modules, but I am afraid that chip is not included.
    We will consider your suggestion for future development.
  • MakotoA67
    MakotoA67 New Member Posts: 3
    edited August 2023

    After this time, are there anyone who could work that TC358743 chip, which is a HDMI to MIPI bridge chip, with the UP Board?

    I'd like to manage to work that chip with the UP board.

    Any advice or guidance would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you in advance.

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