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I am intrested to know the difference between embedded Linux kernel and desktop Linux kernel?

As per my knowledge, there is one Linux kernel support all devices(arm,arm64,x86/x64, etc.), and developers make the distribute like Debian(for desktop)/raspian(for embedded), arch/archarm. Is this true?

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Yes, there is 1 official kernel for different architectures at kernel.org

There may be streams with special hardware handling, additional drivers, etc. for specific customers, But your opinion is 90% true

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