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There are basic core systems out there which you could adapt, such as FATE. These are not life-path based though, you would need to add that in yourself.
Mongoose Traveller has an OGL-licensed SRD and a lifepath generation. Traveller Developer's Pack T20 (and it's de-travellerized spawn, Sci-Fi 20) has a d20 system adaptation from the same source as Mongoose: Classic Traveller. There is no SRD, but both are under the Wizards OGL. They went in different directions from CT, but both involve prior service ...
Traveller d20 has a lifepath system under the OGL.
Life path systems aren't common, so it's not surprising that you haven't found an OGL one yet... But let me remove the problem. Game systems can't be patented, and you can't violate a writer's copyright if you're not copying the text. As a result, you can absolutely go ahead and use ideas you get from existing life path–based games without infringing ...
It's a touch more work — and not easily summarized in this text box — but the Drama-focused version of the Cortex Plus system (as seen in games like Smallville) features a lifepath-based character creation system that takes a PC from childhood all the way to playability. Each step adds assets and resources along the way, and forges connections between the ...
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