How to remove entrypoint from parent Image on Dockerfile

I want to remove entrypoint from Dockerfile, but parent image has a entrypoint.

how do I can remove it?

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    Per the discussion here, you should be able to reset the entrypoint with ENTRYPOINT [].

    There are two ways to go about it :

    1. If you want the override to happen at build time , then create a docker file for child image and specify the new Entrypoint there

      ENTRYPOINT [new_entry_point]

    2.Another way would be to do the override at the runtime , i.e, by using the --entrypoint flag:

        docker run --entrypoint=/bin/bash CHILD_IMAGE

    Put this line in your Dockerfile


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