I think that fedora 14 repos are offline (end of support reached), you should really consider downloading a fedora 22 iso and either do a fresh install or upgrade using that image.
Most linux distributions (I know of) only support upgrading from one major version to the next.
Even if you could find all those versions, upgrading 14-22 would take a long time, and probably involving downloading more data than just downloading an iso of 22.
Fedora 11 can be directly upgraded over the Internet using the various methods available.
Backup all your data (/home and other directories), config file and sql files.
We will probably just flip the option in GNOME to have nothing installed automatically by default. A proper solution might be available no sooner than in Fedora 18.
I just bought a live CD of fedora linux and found out that it's a 2010 version (fedora 14) which may not allow me to enjoy linux fully. Don't bother/waste your time with any upgrade path - especially from that far back. I had Fedora 9 on my box at home for a long time before I finally upgraded.
To install Google Chrome in Fedora 20 / 19 / 18 / 17 / 16 / 15 / 14 and RHEL using yum, you need to add the Google Repository to your YUM Repository.
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Click Next when you are ready to begin your upgrade.
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Use tools such as rsync or tar to make backup to CD / DVD or other server. It is not possible to upgrade directly from Fedora 9 to Fedora 11.