In order to boot an image on beagle board, first I needed to download that image on a 2GB SD card. Some images are ready, all I need to do is write them on a SD Card. Some are not ready. For them, first I needed to install a partition table in that particular SD card in order to partition the SD card. Then, I needed to make one partition fat32 file system and the other ext3 file system. Then, I downloaded appropriate images on the appropriate partitions I made on the SD card. All I had to do is insert the SD card in beagle board and attach it to a linux pc using a serial cable in order to talk to the board. Some images require changing bootargs. I used minicom to talk to the board. Here are some useful sites, which will help in preparing an image in a SD card and also about tips to use minicom.
For discussions regarding beagle board:
For information on creating SD card images:
Recently Played Demo: I recently played nthcode player demo on beagleboard. I used a HD monitor to run this demo. I am trying to run this on a pico projector.
More information about nthcode player
More interesting images:
You can even find a list of interesting projects from beagle board contest: