Pipeline failed: remote: /bin/sh: ssh: not found Edited

I have used the bitbucket-pipelines.yml file for another repo, and it worked there. Basically, it looks like the following:

image: gcc:7.2

- step:
script: # Modify the commands below to build your repository.

But for my current repo, pipeline doesn't work with the same configuration file and reported the error: "remote: /bin/sh: ssh: not found".

+ umask 000

+ hg clone --noupdate url . && hg update -C “hex-code”

applying clone bundle from url

adding changesets

adding manifests

adding file changes

added 1351 changesets with 3531 changes to 1088 files

finished applying clone bundle

searching for changes

no changes found

remote: /bin/sh: ssh: not found



My guess it might have something to do with the use of subrepo in the current repo. Both this repo and its subrepo are hosted on bitbucket.

Any idea how to fix this problem? Thanks.

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The image you're using doesn't contain an SSH client, or if it does then it's not in the $PATH. Either switch to an image that contains `ssh` or specify its full path.

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