bash: sudo: command not found


Following the instructions given here, I am running following executions at some point in my Bitbucket Pipeline:

- curl -LO$(curl -s
- chmod +x ./kubectl
- sudo mv ./kubectl /usr/local/bin/kubectl

However the build fails with following error:

+ sudo mv ./kubectl /usr/local/bin/kubectlbash: sudo: command not found

Why? Any hint? Thanks in advance.

Cheers and have a nice one,



1 answer

which sudo

Output is something like this: /usr/bin/sudo


Try providing the full path to the sudo command

I've found out that I actually do NOT need sudo. It seems that I'm already root. Thanks and cheers,


Probably not a good idea, but thats your decicion. 

Please mark question as solved. 

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