Dude can monitor its hosting routeros like any other routeros. No need for secondary installation.
Hope you pointed the installation to external storage otherwise you permanently damage your router soon. If you would like to use dude seriously, run it in virtualized CHR.
Thank you for reply!
Actually, host router discovered by Dude. At Dude, in router's "Device Settings" menu i set "RouterOS" checkbox (and provided Login/Password, of course), selected "Mikrotik device" at "Type" listbox - but Dude always reports "Connection timeout" at "RouterOS status" bar. Maybe I did something wrong?