As the convener for the Adelaide community of The Things Network, I am frequently setting up Multitech Conduit Gateways. Depending on your PC or notebook hardware you might have some problems with the Exar USB-UART driver on Linux.
Here are the steps to getting this unit setup from an Ubuntu (should work for any other Linux distro) machine.
Should show something like this:
Bus 002 Device 006: ID 04e2:1410 Exar Corp. XR21V1410 USB-UART IC
Download the driver for the Exar site: https://www.exar.com/design-tools/software-drivers
sudo insmod ./xr_usb_serial_common.ko
Ensure driver is loaded at startup
sudo vim /etc/modules
#Add the following
should now show another USB port ttyXRUSB0
For the rest you just need to follow the excellent instructions by Jac Kersing who maintains the Multitech TTN installer and documentation here:
Get EUI of your gateway
mts-io-sysfs show lora/eui 2> /dev/null | sed 's/://g'