Since the new processors for Intel and AMD have come out techUSB has not been able to boot into any computer that has them. Although when I use the same TechUSB it works on older machines just fine without any issues.
The TechUSB Boot Menu pops up just fine with a USB or by pxe boot. When I click on run TechUSB it begins to boot like normal and Decompresses the Linux kernel. Once it starts "Booting the kernel" an error occurs.
The error is as followed
[ 4.868187] Kernel panic - not syncing: No init found. Try passing init= option to kernel. See Linux Documentation/init.txt for guidence.
Again this only happens with newer computers running the new generation cpu's. With older computers TechUSB seems to be running just fine.
I have already tried creating a new techUSB with a new config folder on a machine that has the antivirus disabled. I have even tried creating the USB with Windows 7, 8 , and 10 running both Home and Pro versions.
As far as I can tell this seems to be a driver issue. More likely because the newer computers hardware use xHCI instead of EHCI.
I was wondering is there a fix for this in the works? Or am I missing something?