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Bitbucket pipelines docker image with multiple FROM?


First of all, I'm brand new to Docker! I am currently trying to create my own docker image which I can use in my bitbucket pipelines. What I am trying to do is install node and ruby on the same container. Here is what my current `Dockerfile` looks like:


FROM node:12.22.10

FROM ruby:2.7.5


I've built, tagged and pushed this image and use it in my `bitbucket-pipelines.yml` and I'm trying to run this step script:


    - yarn install

    - gem install bundler -v 2.2.29


When this is run in the pipeline I get this error: 

bash: yarn: command not found

I've tried a couple of things, I removed the `FROM ruby:2.7.5` and the yarn command worked but obviously the `gem install bundler...` did not. So, I know that the Dockerfile and image are working but I don't know how to use both images in my own Dockerfile. Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong? 

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Norbert C Atlassian Team Mar 04, 2022

Hi @Rick Henry 

Thank you for contacting Atlassian Support, I'm Norbert and I'm a Bitbucket Cloud Support Engineer, it's nice to meet with you!

I would like to inform you that in case you use multiple FROM in a Dockerfile, you can create a "multi-stage build", which generates two seperate Docker images. You can read further about this on the following site:

As a workaround, what I would like to suggest you is to use a similar Docker image in your build like this:

timbru31 has already created a Docker image, which contains both Ruby and Node.

Please let me know if this helps.

Have a great day!

Best Regards,

Atlassian Bitbucket Cloud Support

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