could you try something for me, run this and confirm you have the proper
kernel and so I can see what particular one you have
yum list installed kernel
You want the first word on the line(s) to be :
Some Fedora 6's got installed with the 586 kernel and not
the 686 and although the former will work on your pentium-m
some features like power control might be interfered with.
Also go in directory
so all the files in there list out and post the results.