You can also run debian on your tonidoplug via usb and install tonido embedded on the debian base system. Debian supports the arm processor of the plug.
I saw that Debian was supporting plugs, and could not figure out why Ubuntu (which I run on two desktops at home) had dropped ARM support. I am certainly more familiar with Debian, but Plugbox linux (which ports Arch Linux to ARM) is natively compiled and has validated procedures to get up and running and still have the Tonido apps running. Their procedures would have me running the Tonido apps that are already installed in flash memory.
Is there any difference between "Tonido embedded" and the Tonido that runs out of the box on the Tonido plug?