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    fbezruchko
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    Hi, all! I am a new user. I want to start duckietown class in Pacific National University, Khabarovsk, Far East of Russia. I read duckiebook. Of course its “work in progress” now. But I dont understand what is duckietown-shell for? Can somebady give me some additional information about software architecture of duckietown? Also, i have my own project – robot MIRO with RPi and Arduino and its compitable (i think) with Duckietown/ About 2 months i will public all technical docs (open source). And i hope somebody help me with my quastion and dip me in duckietown platform.

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    Liam Paull
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    Hi,
    The duckietown shell is mostly a convenience that we provide for doing certain things. It’s mostly a wrapper for some docker run commands.

    You can see all the commands you can run in the shell by doing:

    $ dts commands

    Let me know if you have further questions.

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