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Your environment variables look correct. Please check that you have OpenGL installed. The header files, GL/gl.h, etc., are normally in /usr/X11R6/include/ and the libraries, libGLU.so and libGL.so (or .a) are normally in /usr/X11R6/lib/, which is where your environment variabled point. Maybe it is installed somewhere else on the Fedora system. Use find:
find /usr -name gl.h find /usr -name libGLU.a
Other possible installation directories are /opt or /sw.
Most operating systems today come with OpenGL installed. I would be surprised if it was not installed. If you need to install OpenGL, contact your Fedora supplier or look at www.opengl.com or www.mesa3d.org.
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