ANDRAX is completely equipped with services daemons to help you and improve your usability!
ANDRAX container never boot, the container is always in user space, but you can use init.d scripts in the same way that you do in a normal Linux distributions.
You can list ANDRAX available services using the command:
sudo service --status-all
if you are using ANDRAX Desktop!
If you are running ANDRAX desktop and a service fail to start, check if you Host distro is not using this service, some Linux distributions auto start services like apache2, MariaDB (MySQL), dns daemons...
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