Did you use the recommended way for those rpm's
" yum install ?????? "
or did you grab random rpms from random websites
if the later there are a few incompatible sources and you might have KILLED the install
Tried to use X-Windows in Fedora 14
unless you did NOT install the default GUI ( Gnome2 ) then it WAS installed by default at time of install
if you ONLY installed the TEXT ONLY - no gui then you would need to install a gui
yum groupinstall " Gnome Desktop Environment "
double check the spelling from the list of installable groups
x11 would be installed and there would be no need to try to install it if gnome,kde,lxcf,.... are installed
as to "Tried to use X-Windows"
boot the computer the gui pops up .There is a 3 sec. countdown then the normal boot
that there IS x window being used
After installing the following packages, openmotif-2.3.3-1.fc14/x86_64.rpm, openmotif-devel-2.3.3-1.fc14/x86_64.rpm,and libX11-devel-1.3.4-3.fc14.x86_64.rpm, all the files using X-Windows(or X11) got compiled without any error.
that makes no sense
installing a rpm DOSE NOT build software
rpm's ARE prebuilt all ready compiled programs -- you do not "compile" them