[UP2] How to select I2C speed mode ?

hgeminihgemini New Member Posts: 9
edited October 9 in UP Squared Linux

Hello,

I am using UP2 with Ubuntu 16.04 and want to utilize I2C.
Default speed seems to be 400kHz and want to select standard mode.

I tried to find the menu for selecting I2C speed in BIOS, but cannot find.

BIOS version is UPA1AM40.

Could you please let us know how to change I2C speed ?

Best regards

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  • hgeminihgemini New Member Posts: 9

    I have updated BIOS to 4.6 (seems to be the latest) and found no selecting I2C speed yet.

  • mdostiemdostie New Member Posts: 3
    edited October 11

    Similar situation in my case. I found the settings in the BIOS menu and selected the 100 kHz speed. However this value seems to be overwritten by the OS (Ubuntu Server 18.04 with Up Kernel 4.15.0-37-generic) during the booting. As soon as I send something to the I2C pin (27, 28), the clock frequency is close to 380 kHz, whether it is echoing something to /dev/i2c-4 or running a Python script with the smbus2 package. Next step for me is to modify the I2C driver code inside the kernel source code and to build it afterwards. Any idea?

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