I think you would have been better off starting a new thread, rather than adding to one that had it's last post 6 years ago--no, 7 years now.
Googling the term kudzu replacement fedora found, on the third hit
shows that as of F9, it was stopped, as the various other system tools should, in theory, automatically recognize new hardware. If the hardware isn't going to be seen, even if kudzu were still there, it probably wouldn't have seen it either.
I would recommend starting a new thread, with a useful title, such as <whatever_hardware> isn't recognized by Fedora 14.
Also, please don't take this wrong, but many people who have been around for a long time, and therefore, most able to help, will be mildly annoyed by such text speak abbreviations such as tnx for thanks--their logic is often, if someone is so lazy that they won't type 3 extra letters, they're too lazy to do any work required. Take a look at
None of this is criticism--sometimes, folks new to these forums simply don't realize these things--also, always good to read the posting guidelines of this forum (there's a link for posting rules at the top of the page.)
So, short answer to your question, kudzu isn't in Fedora anymore, your hardware should be detected automatically. If it's not detected, your best chance of getting help is to start a new thread, mentioning the hardware in the subject line.