Forgive me if this is a noob question, however, I just installed Artix with OpenRC, and while following the guide on setting up ALSA with OpenRC from the gentoo wiki, I was told to add the
alsasound service to OpenRC using:
rc-update add alsasound boot
I was about to do this, until I realized that Pulseaudio and ALSA are actually both already running, despite me never explicitly running them nor adding them as services to OpenRC. Maybe I am confused and incorrect here, but shouldn’t those programs not start unless I tell the init system (
OpenRC) to start them? Is there a way that I can find out what is invoking ALSA and Pulseaudio to start, if it’s not my init system?
Apologies if I am confused about the way these sound applications and init systems operate, as this is my first time tinkering with them and trying to manually set them up.
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