Login as root at the terminal by entering username: root and password that you have entered for root user at the time of installation. Once logged in type the following command:
The above command will take you to GUI.
Login as root (though it is not advisable to login as root in GUI mode but we have still some administrative task left to perform so I am suggesting to login as root)
Once you are in GUI open up terminal (command prompt what we call in windows). Then edit /etc/inittab file. You can do this by following command:
Hit insert key and you will be able to write to that file. In that file you will find a line similar to below:
If the above line contains 3 then change it to 5. Save the file by hitting ESC key and then : and then wq and hit enter. The next time you will boot your system it will directly go to GUI.
If is already set to 5 then there is a possibility that you have not got desktop environment installed. And JohnVV is right Fedora 14 is EOL but you can try the steps above if you want to keep F14