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Setting up the Dashboard

Modified 2019-04-03 by Andrea F. Daniele

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This section shows how to install the Duckietown dashboard on the Duckiebot using Docker.

Laptop configured, according to Unit B-1 - Laptop Setup.

You have configured the Duckiebot as documented in Unit B-5 - Duckiebot Initialization.

You have configured Docker communication as documented in Unit B-7 - Setting up the Docker workflow.

You have access to a web-based Dashboard for your Duckiebot.

The \compose\ platform

Modified 2019-04-03 by Andrea F. Daniele

\compose\ is a CMS (Content Management System) platform that provides functionalities for fast-developing web applications. Custom applications are developed as external packages that can be installed using the built-in Package Store.

The Duckiebot Dashboard is a package that you can install on your instance of \compose\ running on your Duckiebot. To make is easier for you to get started, we provide a Docker image with \compose\ and all the packages you need. Follow the instructions in the next step to get started.

Visit the official documentation page for further information about \compose\.

Install Dashboard

Modified 2019-04-03 by Andrea F. Daniele

Use the following command to run the dashboard on your Duckiebot:

laptop $ docker -H hostname.local run -dit --net=host --name dashboard duckietown/rpi-duckiebot-dashboard:master19

Dashboard - First-setup

Modified 2019-04-03 by Andrea F. Daniele

Wait up to 20 seconds, then open the URL http://hostname.local in your browser. You should be able to see the following page,

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