What I 'am going on about' is that you didn't post any useful information which would help you resolve your problem. I see you do know which operating system you have so that's a start. What szboardstretcher is saying is that your operating system, Fedora 10 is outdated and unsupported and no updates of any kind are available for it. He is not referring to your hardware. It's still possible to use Fedora but you won't get any updates.
Some useful information you could post is when you see the error about "no space" and hopefully, you would post the exact error. Usually when it says there is no space availabe, that means there is no space available. There are commands you can use to find out how much space is used/available on any partition. Do you know how to get that information?
Is your post a joke? Did you read what you posted?
# The system ran out of memory try adding extra vaccum tubes, or wait for few decades and try executing this code on a shiny new thing they'll call ..... *wait what was it? inux, geenux, peanuts... maybe i'm too drunk to remember.
I can't image you would see anything like that in any actual code output.