I've installed Fedora 10 XFCE Spin onto an Acer Aspire One with 120Gb HD and 1Gb RAM.
Once of the main reasons I did this was so I could get better latency times for recording music by installing the CCRMA realtime kernel, however after installing the planetCCRMA core and apps I can't get the thing to boot. The system goes through the motions of booting but never quite gets there. I get the fedora 10 loading bar at the bottom of the screen that slowly increases but once complete the system just sits there.
It seems to me that there's an issue with modprobe as the last thing it spits out when it fails is:
udevd-event: run_program: '/sbin/modprobe' abnormal exit
Then a little while later it spits out a load of errors relating to wifi, but I think they're a symptom rather than the cause (tried booting with wifi turned off and it doesn't seem relevent to the updates that were made prior to failure).
Anyone seen any problems like this before?