for the first way, you should have installed a liblapack.a (or .so) and libblas.a (or .so) somewhere (for example /usr/local/lib) in your system. So just have a look it should be there, otherwise ask Fedora support.
for the second way, your installation fails in the timing, which means that you have successfully compiled and tested the library. Try to apply the latest patch: http://www.netlib.org/lapack-dev/lapack--3.0--patch--10042002.tgz
you should be set. Note also that the timing are fairly long and if you do not want to use them, you can just skip this phase. (But I recommend you apply the patch.)
In the LAPACK directory, you have a lapack_???.a and a blas_???.a library. This is the LAPACK and BLAS libraries, you can rename them liblapack.a and librefblas.a if you want.
Note that if you care for performance when you use (and time) the LAPACK library, you should not link with the reference BLAS library (the blas_???.a in the LAPACK directory) but link LAPACK with an optimized BLAS library (see FAQ 2.5
). The reference BLAS library is provided only for self-consistence of the package.