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There are lots of questions about .bashrc. But I couldn't have found anything about this one: why are there two .bashrcs?
/etc/skel/.bashrc. When I compare them, I find no difference. The same thing serves right about .profile and .bash_logout.
Every file in
/etc/skel gets copied to a (new) users $HOME directory when your create a new user. If they are the same you either have not made any changes to your file (most likely) or you copied your custom file to
/etc/skel/.bashrc is a default
.bashrc for every user created in the system.
~/.bashrc is individual for each user.