Booting problem with narcissus Angstrom unstable

1. Downloaded the random-40d5aeeb-image-beagleboard-sd.img.gz file and
unzipped it.
2. "dd if=random-40d5aeeb-image-beagleboard-sd.img of=/dev/sdd bs=10M"
3. renamed the uImage to uImage.bin on partition 1.
4. "tar jxf random-40d5aeeb-image-beagleboard.tar.bz2 -C /media/disk".
5. Booted up to u-boot, "setenv bootcmd 'mmc init;fatload mmc 0 80300000
uImage.bin;bootm 80300000'" and "saveenv".
6. Powered off/on.
I suspect a config problem somewhere.
The LCD screen says

Why o why do people insist on breaking the default, working u-boot environment and replacing it with their own broken one? Try doing 'nand erase 260000 20000' to restore the default one.

regards,

Koen

It's basically by following the available documentation that says such
commands must be entered and a lack of understanding about how it all
hangs together.
'nand erase 260000 20000' done and renamed uImage.bin back to uImage.
root@beagleboard:~# df -h

Filesystem Size Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/root 826.1M 813.0M 0 100% /
none 117.8M 144.0K 117.7M 0% /dev
/dev/mmcblk0p2 826.1M 813.0M 0 100% /media/mmcblk0p2
tmpfs 117.8M 248.0K 117.6M 0% /var/volatile
tmpfs 117.8M 0 117.8M 0% /dev/shm
tmpfs 117.8M 4.0K 117.8M 0% /media/ram
root@beagleboard:~#
That's what random-40d5aeeb-image-beagleboard-sd.img gave me, so I shall
have to repartition the 16GB to something more sane as there is no space
left on the device.
Regards
Sid.