I’m a new adopter of OpenSUSE and selected Tumbleweed/KDE. So far so good and I’m enjoying the change, it feels fast and well put together: one (important) thing is rankling me, though, which is that I’m not being asked to login or, to clarify, I can login but am not being asked for my password.
If I shutdown or reboot, for instance, when the system comes back up I am back in the KDE Plasma shell with access to my files etc etc without having to enter my password. If I log out and then shutdown, same thing. The only time I am actually asked to enter my password is if I logout and then log back in (without powering down or rebooting in-between). This seems odd and I can’t help but think I’ve missed a setting or something (though I’m not sure what, exactly).
Things I’ve poked at:
- In Settings > Account Details > My User
I have checked that “Log In Automatically” is not checked. - In Settings > Startup & Shutdown > Desktop Session
I have selected “Start with an empty session”. - In YaST > Security & Users > My User
I have checked that “Disable User Login” is not checked.
tl;dr I want to have to enter my password after rebooting. What am I missing?
Thanks for any help!