Is there a way to get slower I2C that 100KHz. I'd like to try at 50KHz or so instead. I've got an I2C slave which I think tries to clock stretch when at 100KHz, but the Pi is well known for having a bug in it's ability to cope with clock stretches by slaves. I'd like to try slower I2C and see if it runs any better, if I can get a bit slower then I don't think clock stretching will have to happen and I will not come against the Pi's clock stretching bug.
The bcm2835 library lets you set a clock divider to control the I2C frequency, but only for 100KHz, 400KHz and a few >1MHz options.
I've already tried using the example scripts from http://www.hobbytronics.co.uk/raspberry ... stretching they had no effect, I'm guessing that BCM2835 doesn't use the same I2C driver as it's backend.
I've also tried adding dtparam=i2c_baudrate=50000 to /boot/config.txt and tried some lower values of core_freq also mentioned on this page https://www.abelectronics.co.uk/kb/arti ... bian-linux. Again no success.
Surely these must be a way to get the BCM2835 library to use the I2C hardware at a slower clock speed?