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ENV MAIN_USER_ID=${MAIN_USER_ID:-1000} \
MAIN_USER_LOGIN=${MAIN_USER_LOGIN:-mainuser} \
PARENT_HOSTNAME=${PARENT_HOSTNAME:-host} \
SYSTEM_TIMEZONE=${SYSTEM_TIMEZONE:-Etc/UTC}\
SYSTEM_TIMEZONE=${SYSTEM_TIMEZONE:-Etc/UTC} \
WORKBASE_VERSION="1.0.0"
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### Finally
Once this image is built, you can create images that are based on it.
The internal environment variable WORKBASE_VERSION contains the version number of the last known stable state. You can do something like `docker run -ti --rm my-debian9 bash -c 'echo $WORKBASE_VERSION'` to check this version number before building an image based on "my-debian9".
The internal environment variable WORKBASE_VERSION contains the version number of the last known stable state. You can do something like `docker run --rm my-debian9 bash -c 'echo $WORKBASE_VERSION'` to check this version number before building an image based on "my-debian9".
The login, ID and password of the normal user can be changed dynamically if you define an *entrypoint* that uses tools like usermod/groupmod.