Tor Browser ships it's own copy with tor because it's intended to work without the user having to install any extra packages on a standard desktop environment. As such it comes with it's own copy of Tor which is launched by Tor Browser.
You can use
torsocks through Tor Browser's tor or Tor Browser through the tor system daemon, it just requires configuration.
torsocks can be configured through
torsocks.conf, from the
torsocks.conf(5) manual page that explains how to configure
torsocks.conf which is mentioned on the
torsocks(1) manual page that explains how to use
The basic structure of all lines in the configuration file is:
Empty lines are ignored and all input on a line after a '#' character
The following directives are used in the torsocks configuration file:
The port on which the Tor SOCKS server receives requests.
Tor Browser's Tor runs by default on port 9150, to avoid conflicting with the default system tor daemon port of 9050, by reading the manual and configuring it you can infact just use one