I'm looking for a distribution that uses software that is actually free and allows commercial use too. It can be under MIT, BSD, Public Domain and similar licenses.
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There is no such Linux distribution. Since version 0.95 in March 1992, the Linux kernel has been under the GNU GPL.
Prior to that version, it was not under the GPL, but a different licence that prohibited commercial use, failing your other criterion.
There can thus not be a Linux distribution that does not include GPL software and allows commercial use. There are, however, many BSD-licensed Unix-like systems with their own kernels, including OpenBSD, FreeBSD, and NetBSD. Some of those include Linux syscall compatibility, and are able to run many programs compiled for Linux systems.