Thus you seem to have changed the soduers configuration from the default, giving psijic special rights. That is not something most openSUSE users will do. Whenever you think that it maybe of the slightest interest to the problem you want solved, please explain such things in detail! None of us is clairvoyant, thus we can not guess what you mean with “admin rights” (and it is still a riddle).
Thus you have no autologin anymore.
As your complaint was an autologin under certain circumstances, the normal step would now be: repeat those to see what happens. But i would not encourage you to repeat the Hibernate > Reboot sequence ever again, I assume you will now leave things as they are.
KDE is “only” a desktop environment, a bunch of closely related application programs to be run by a normal user. Autologin is a system function. Thus you should understand that autologin is to be configured on the system level, not on the desktop level. Before a GUI login is started (auto or not) it is not even known which desktop is going to be run.
That is clear now. Thanks for al the information provided now.
I think we can say now this is maybe not Solved, but that we are at the end of the discussion. In any case try to avoid the “pull the powercord” approach" by Hibernate > Reboot.
One other point for the future:
I posted above:
please use CODE tags around copied/pasted computer text in a post. It is the # button in the tool bar of the post editor. When applicable copy/paste complete, that is including the prompt, the command, the output and the next prompt.
But I am missing the prompts. Also you removed some of the output. That is not forbidden, but please mention that. People reading the CODE texts trust that you show all, unchanged and unabridged. They want to see what you see and not what you think is important to show. They want be able to draw their own conclusions and not being influenced by the conclusion you made. After all your conclusions maybe wrong, because you have the problem.
E.g. on my system:
henk@boven:~> grep AUTO /etc/sysconfig/displaymanager
# DISPLAYMANAGER_AUTOLOGIN is empty.