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Hibernate Skip Boot Screen

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https://bbs.archlinux.org – The difference between hibernate and a regular boot is simply that instead of completing the cold boot, it instead loads the contents of the swap space into ram, which effectively puts the machine back in the same state as it was before (obviously).  So in other words, no you cannot change this, as you are still essentially booting the machine.Though if what you mean by boot screen is the bootloader selection screen, you can set the timeout to zero and not see at least that portion of it.  Also, you could probably add quiet to the bootloader parameters to hide a vast majority of the (HowTos)