With the latest Tonido update (v0.5), TonidoPlug has an added restriction on how it functions. In order to prevent the internal flash from getting full, it is necessary to have an USB drive always attached to the TonidoPlug. If the USB drive is unplugged, all Tonido applications gets suspended and you will need to restart the plug with an USB drive to get it function normally.
If you have TonidoPlug booting on a USB drive (or you accept the risk of internal flash getting full ), then you might face the issue of Tonido applications getting suspended.
You can create a file under plugscripts directory to bypass the USB drive presence check.
Assuming you have Tonido installation under /root/app/tonido, run the following command to bypass the USB drive check:
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# touch /root/app/tonido/plugscripts/IGNOREDATADIR