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How to chroot in the Pipelines

Hey, I work on Ubuntu ISO pipelines builder, in that process, I need to chroot into the ISO filesystem but I have an error.

```

+ chroot ./isonew/custom
/bin/sh: 0: can't access tty; job control turned off#

```

Have any ideas about how to deal with it?

2 answers

I'm facing a similar problem, is it still the case that you can't chroot from a pipeline? 

Are there any recommended work arounds? 

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mkleint Atlassian Team Jan 05, 2021

you don't have permissions to do chroot. The build container would have to run with privileged access - https://stackoverflow.com/questions/33235395/run-chroot-within-docker

which we don't allow for security reasons. Also changing the root on the build would likely break some of the pipelines features  like pipes and others.

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