Since we always use skel to copy/paste the files from /etc/skel to your home directory, we are overwriting every time your bashrc.

We have now included the following lines to the .bashrc.

[[ -f ~/.bashrc-personal ]] && . ~/.bashrc-personal

If you create a file on your home directory with the name .bashrc-personal and add your personal aliases to that file, these aliases will be added.

So update your system in order to have the latest arcolinux-root-git package.

Then type skel.

Then compare .bashrc and .bashrc-latest.

See that they are identical.

Then copy/paste the content of .bashrc to /etc/skel/.bashrc so your .bashrc will not be overwritten with the old .bashrc when you type skel. This is optional if you use later the cb alias.

You can now logout or reboot.

Do not source .bashrc to use the new functionality. This gave issues only on virtualbox.

Your .bash-personal file will never be overwritten by ArcoLinux scripts

The alias cb will copy the content of your .bashrc-latest to the content of .bashrc and source or reload .bashrc again.

Super handy.