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Not sure of FC's file structure, but usually thise things are in /etc/rc.d and/or /etc/init.d You can usually remove from there. If FC has some kind of control panel and you can access it, you may be able to disable it with a GUI tool (maybe webmin too)
That doesn't make much sense. The modules won't load without instruction. Gentoo has the list in /etc/init.d. Slackware 10 has it under /etc/rc.d. Debian has it under /etc/init.d and /etc/rcX.d/ has symlinks to the various services and modules under init.d
Perhaps this info will hemlp more. If you find a symlink to apmd, then you can delete it (I'd remember where that was, to ensure that you can replace it if necessary). Like I said, I don't use any RH products. It was the first one I tried (RH7.3, fresh off the mirror) and it locked so hard I got disgusted and installed Debian. Never found a reason to try RH/FC again (Gentoo is excellent and most crashless - I may have found a keeper)