Ok, then I'd go with at command. Install at if its not within default fedora installation. Run the atd daemon. Then you can schedule commands with it like:
at -f ~/bin/test.sh 02:10
Be sure to read the man page on how it works. I haven't used at myself and I don't know if it accepts compiled programs for execution or just shell scripts as it seems to run them with /bin/sh but you can test that.
a good arcicle about at and cron to get you started.