With FC5, you don't have to compile any drivers. The ones that came with the kernel. As much as I don't like the .15 Orinoco drivers that come with the kernel, the still do work somewhat reliably.
Trying to install your .13e drivers may be causing the issues you are having. The installer/modules are very outdated.
I have had very poor luck getting the 0.13 drivers working with FC5, and the time when I did get it to work, I had already screwed around with the system so much (Installing the stock kernel without any RH patches and then recompiling it for my particular system) that the system wasn't entirely stable for anything but Kismet. Even when I tried it again, I couldn't make it work for my self, let alone write instructions for the average user.
I just tried mine with the 6.16 firmware, and it ran just fine, detecting the 5 WAPs in the neighborhood from my room.
"Yeah," said a voice from under the table, "you go to pieces so fast people get hit by the shrapnel."