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Usually in /etc/rc.d/rc(5, 4, or whatever number).d. Usually those are just links to /etc/rc.d/init.d/. In there look for alsa. Make sure in /etc/rc.d/rc5.d you have a Sxxalsa with the x's being a number.
Any bash config files be it bashrc or profile run globally from /etc. It should work like this. If /etc/profile exists then source it and then source .bash_profile. Same for /etc/bashrc and .bashrc. I think however that getting the run scripts in place would be the right thing to do since its alsa's way. As a note to the previous entry I made, Im not sure which package the run scripts get loaded out on - its either alsa-libs or alsa utils . . .see ALSA LINK for more details. If you go under the soundcards link on that page, they have a nice install proceedure tailored to your card.