Is there a Linux distribution with a preference for permissive free software licenses (such as the BSD license), or, in other words, for avoiding GPL and other copyleft licenses? I do know about the BSD OSs.
Edit: This is why I care: I sometimes find a library that is in the public domain, but my distribution has modified it by adding a GPL'd file, which brings the status of the distributed library, and the ability of any commercial product to link against it, into question. An example is libselinux, to which Debian added GPL'd and LGPL'd code.
Edit: Just to be clear, I'm still looking for an answer. Broam's is nice, but not quite what I want.