Setup an Arch Build Server and provide your own packages
abd01040 — Moritz Poldrack 8 months ago
added script to mark dependencies
4753d213 — Moritz Poldrack 11 months ago
added License (or rather declared PD)
e6cc3f49 — Moritz Poldrack 1 year, 6 months ago
allowing alternative to pacman for retrieving dependencies


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You can also use your local clone with git send-email.


Easily set up your own Repository with prebuilt AUR packages.


  • pacman – providing makepkg and repo-add
  • coreutils – cat, head, tail and so on
  • git – for updating the AUR packages


The demo is currently offline. It will be back in a while.

a demonstration can be found at pachost.moritz.sh

to add this to your repositories and try it out simply execute:

curl -O https://pachost.moritz.sh/pubkey.gpg && sudo pacman-key --add pubkey.gpg && sudo pacman-key --lsign-key A602DD01FB9653C7EDAAC572D786E1EED2C71596 && rm sublimehq-pub.gpg && echo -e "\n[mp-pachost]\nServer = https://pachost.moritz.sh/" | sudo tee -a /etc/pacman.conf


  • build in chroot
  • write a dockerfile
  • provide AUR package
  • setup demo
  • document usage
  • prevent simultaneous execution
  • PHP frontend


PacHost is released into the Public Domain under the Terms of the Unlicense