It looks like Fedora will use Moblin for netbooks and portable computers. Moblin is an open source platform optimized for for netbooks, mobile devices, and in-vehicle infotainment devices. It’s similar to Ubuntu’s Netbook Remix. Moblin running in Fedora will most likely be called “Fedora Mini,” which will be part of the upcoming Fedora 12 release.
I finally had the chance to play around with Ubuntu Netbook Remix on my Lenovo S10. I went ahead and downloaded the Netbook Remix IMG file from Ubuntu’s website. I had to install the USB Imagewriter program first since it wasn’t installed by default on my Ubuntu desktop which is still running Hardy Heron. I ran Imagewriter and installed the Netbook Remix on an older USB memory stick which I was no longer using. Several minutes later, I had the Netbook Remix installed on a bootable USB stick. I plugged in the USB stick and booted my Lenovo S10. The S10 recognized that the USB was bootable and proceeded to load Ubuntu. A minute later, I had Ubuntu running on my S10.