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5 Responses

  1. KuWIn says:

    It working, thanks for you

  2. Bibin says:


    I have installed varnish and have 4 domains with 4 dedicated iP,
    How to add it to varnish ?

  3. Webtipster says:

    So after you follow these steps and don’t like it, how do you remove it?

    • Aaron Kili says:


      Removing packages installed from source is a big challenge, you have to possibly remove all the individual files installed. However, the good new is that we have an updated version of this article that we will publish soon , where installation is done using the package manager. It uses the new Varnish repository and you can easily remove it in case you do not want it any more.

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