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Is it Possible to Install Firefox in Pipeline with Maven 3.6.3 Image


Hello, I am trying to run Selenium tests in a pipeline. It is using Maven 3.6.3 as its Docker image.

Firefox needs to be installed before I can run Selenium. However, when trying to install it with:

rpm -i firefox

I get

error: open of firefox failed: No such file or directory

I have seen , which suggests using a different Docker image with Firefox already installed.


I would like to avoid doing it this way if possible, because I am not super familiar with Docker. Is there a way for me to install Firefox in my pipeline without using a different Docker image?

Here is the yaml:

# Template maven-build
# This template allows you to test and build your Java project with Maven.# The workflow allows running tests, code checkstyle and security scans on the default branch.
# Prerequisites: pom.xml and appropriate project structure should exist in the repository.
image: maven:3.6.3
pipelines: default:
step: name: 'Install Firefox'
rpm -i firefox
step: name: Build and Test
mvn -B verify --file pom.xml
# Collect checkstyle results, if any, and convert to Bitbucket Code Insights.
pipe: atlassian/checkstyle-report:0.2.0
step: name: Security Scan script: # Run a security scan for sensitive data. # See more security tools at
pipe: atlassian/git-secrets-scan:0.4.3

Thank you. Any help is appreciated.


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