Pacur allows building packages for multiple linux distributions with a consistent package spec format. Currently deb, rpm and pacman packages are available for several linux distributions. Builds are done on Docker containers without needing to setup any virtual machines or install any software other then Docker. All packages are built using a simple format that is similar to PKGBUILD from ArchLinux. Each distribution is different and will still require different build instructions but a consistent build process and format can be used for all builds. Docker only supports 64 bit containers, pacur can't be used to build packages 32 bit packages. Pacur will also create a deb, rpm and pacman signed repository that can be used on ArchLinux, CentOS, Fedora, Debian and Ubuntu to distribute the packages. A tutorial on creating a project is aviaible on medium. It is recommended to build the docker images locally instead of pulling each image from the Docker Hub. A script is located in the docker directory to assist with this. Always run the clean.sh script to clear any existing pacur images. Building the images can take several hours.