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Re: What is a VDHL document (text/x-vdhl)

On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 11:51 PM, Geoffrey Leach <geoff hughes net> wrote:
> With the installation of rkhunter-1.3.2-5.fc10.noarch, my Daily Run
> email (generated by cron) is being sent as a VDHL document (text/x-
> vdhl).  The script is sending the output of rkhunter with /bin/mail.
> Can anyone say what a VDHL doc is and how one opens it?
> Thanks.

Hello Geoffrey,

VHDL is a hardware description language used to design chips/FPGA.
Verilog is another example.

You can find an example of such VHDL file here:

To me, it is nothing more than a text file on your computer. However
to make use of this VHDL file, you might need some EDA tools.
If you are curious have a look at:

Chitlesh GOORAH

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