A linux distribution is a combination of software that includes the linux kernel. Due to the use of Free Software many distributions are based on other Linux distributions.
- Chrome OS - Google's version of Consumer Cloud Computer, for Common People
Non-GNU Linux is Linux bundled with propriety software. While these systems use the Linux kernel, the whole package is NOT distributed with the same GNU General Public License. Different parts of the system have different licenses.
- Android - most popular mobile operating system
- Steam OS - Linux for gamers, Debian derivative
- Suse - slackware derivative
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)