I can't find the exact name of the thing, and I admit not really being with Fedora, not having had a chance to install it, but this is what I figure:
Redhat/Fedora, whatever, finally got their act together and switched the kernel to acpi, the new power standard that pretty much every bios has had support for, for about... three or four years. Linux first supported it in the kernel at 2.4.20, Windows didn't bother really until XP, acpi is a nasty mess.
Not surprisingly, it seems that the Fedora scripts are still trying to start the apm daemon, yet you have an acpi kernel. You need to install acpid and get it in the init order. If you first uninstall apmd things will go cleaner. Use apt-get or yum, or whatever the coolio toy is and it should install and configure acpid to get started at boot. Hopefully that battery monitor will get reconfigured auto-magically to look for the /proc/acpi entries instead of the /proc/apm entry, although it might take more monkeying afterwards.