FC9 for a ASUS Eee 700

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I jsuyt purchased a mildly used ASUS Eee 700 (something, seller was not explicit) from ebay.
Has a 4Gb SSD and 512Mb ram. Also an SD slot. It is coming with some
Linux (assume Ubuntu?), but want something I am more used to. I would
have gone with Centos, but could never get my SD slot on my HP nc4010
working.
So I figured I want a little stablity so I would go with FC9 (really
9.5) and I should get enough to fit on that 4Gb drive (2Mb swap for
hibernation to swap). And I should be able to get virtual windowing to
work so I have a large enough desktop for most things I will be doing.
Is FC9 the way to go, or should I take the dive with FC10? What are
others running on their Eee?

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