This information is assuming the user has read the information on the page Linux I2C Driver and understands how to use the sysfs and EEPROM drivers in Linux.
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Connecting the Aardvark I2C/SPI Activity Board To The ML507
The ML507 reference design used for OSL from xilinx.com brings out the I2C bus on connector J3 (and also on the larger expansion header). The J3 connections come straight off the I2C bus from the FPGA such that reference design bit stream works.
Connect pins on J3 of the ML507 to J5 of the Aardvark board, using fly wires.
The file 02eeprom_inverted contains a copy of the contents of the eeprom read above and then all the data was inverted so it reverses the order of the data to show that writing to the EEPROM works (after a power cycle).