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Why isn't the atlassian/ssh-run Docker image downloadable? Edited

Me and my team are attempting to setup Bitbucket Pipelines for one of our projects and we're unable to test it locally because we cannot download the ssh-run pipe image (atlassian/ssh-run:0.2.2). Is this by design? Maybe its on another registry that I'm unaware of? If it is private, can it be made public (as well as all other Atlassian Pipe images)?


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Hi @Andrew Lehman . Yes, this is an expected behavior. We use another dockerhub organization to store images. To run the docker image directly, you need to use bitbucketpipelines/ssh-run:0.2.2 or bitbucketpipelines/ssh-run:latest docker image reference. The image name is also available in the pipe.yml in the pipe repository.

Thanks for clearing that up!

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