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Howto use docker commands inside a step running in a Runner

It's possible use docker command inside Runners as currently I do with steps-on-cloud? (I try this: https://support.atlassian.com/bitbucket-cloud/docs/run-docker-commands-in-bitbucket-pipelines/ but doesn't works inside a runner:

    Error: docker command not found

Doesn't work:

    options:

        docker: true

Doesn't work:

    - step:

        services:

            - docker

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Hi @Jose A_ Illescas _Eulen_,

  • Have you perhaps defined a variable named PATH as a repository, workspace or deployment variable? The shell uses PATH to find commands, so if you replace its usual list of locations then commands like docker won't work anymore.

  • What kind of runner are you using? Is it a Linux, Windows, or MacOS runner? And what is the runner's version?

Kind regards,
Theodora

I try this, see "Custom docker-in-docker image"

 

    But I get same error, "bash: docker: command not found"

    

definitions:

    services:

        docker:

            image: docker:dind

pipelines:

    default:

        - step:

            runs-on: self.hosted

            services:

                - docker

            script:

                - docker-command-here

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