Personally, I'd build a new SDCard with Raspbian 2017-06-27 and retest. Then run sudo rpi-update to get 4.14.56+/4.14.56-v7+ and test again.
Well, this is what OP says:DougieLawson wrote: ↑Mon Jul 30, 2018 7:11 pmIf the problem still exists on the current development kernel and bootcode that's the point to create a github issue. Recreating bugs on ancient junk is a waste of time for everyone, you're more likely to simply re-discover something that's already fixed.
However, it will not work with any newer version up to today, since #894.
I didn't understand this one. If you refer to latest version of firmware, that is the one I am using. The reference to # 814 /4.1.4 as the firmware version that changed everything, was informative.To get it fixed you've got to work from the latest level. Doing anything else is not productive.
The I2C device is a Microchip PIC 16F1936. Its implementation of I2C is through SSP: http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/D ... 31015a.pdfWe also need to know what I2C device the OP is using and whether this is the long running and well known "repeated start" problem with I2C.
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