Appear to me that you are connecting in a extrange way from terminal in F1. Try this:
Open a new console in F2 and start or restart networking. In that case, I think the output will go to console in F2 and do not shoking you. To restart network type as root:
Your wireless connection appear not to be very reliable because this message only appear when you try to get a connection, and in reliable network this happens only 1 time at the strt of the service. I can't guess why the output is going to the console, Usually the output goes to a file /var/log/messages using the syslog daemon.
I read your others postings and appear to me they are related: You had a mess with your wireless connection, and I think you must reconfigure it from the scratch. Networking is a general available service and is not user dependent. When you turnet on, in default fedora configuration, the service is available for all users in all ways or for 1 user in all consoles/gui environments. Is transparent.
I don't know what changes you friend did, and don't want to mess your network configuration more than now appear to be. Try to use another console for start or restart the connection and see if the trick work. If work fine, you can do the job and in parallel can understand how to configure networking better. I can help you but it can take time because there are your friend changes that I don't know. Probably is better for you as new linux user, start from a clean new install, but first, do your job.
Put your findings here.