these are currently supported with the "325.15 " driver
they are the very very last
the 6000's will be going end of life very soon
1 gig of ram really is not enough to run gnome3 that fedora 20 uses BY DEFAULT
nor is it enough for kde4
use a "light weight" desktop manager like xfce or lxde
firefox uses a bit of ram so BE WARNED
as i an typing it is using 419 Meg of ram
as to old versions
DO NOT !!!!!!!!!!!
Do not use old unsupported versions of fedora !!!!
fedora has a VERY short life span
only 13 months !!!
With a new version released every 6 months
you really DO NEED to upgrade to the new version about every 6 months !!!
the lxde version should work fine
on older hardware it might be best to use a VERY !!! conservative LONG life operating system
like CentOS 6.5
cent is a free rebuild of redhats RHEL 6.5
and is in the same family as fedora
Cent is mainly a "server" and "business Office" operating system
it "can" be used for home general purpose computing
BUT a lot of care needs to be taken
as you can see from my Sig. ( see below )
i run ScientificLinux 6.5 ( also a free rebuild of RHEL 6.5)
BUT i do NOT use it as my everyday OS
i use it for some software that NEEDS the 10 year lifespam
my everyday operating system is OpenSUSE and NOT redhat