Ok, I’m not completely sure I understand what your question is here, but will do my best to help you. I presume that you want to get rid of the prompt (root/toor) at startup and have it boot into KDE or flux automatically, am I understanding you correctly?...or is there a way to automate it again like the live CD did?
If so this can easily be achieved by editing the /etc/inittab file. To have it automatically start KDE for you, you should edit the following line
The reason you can not choose to reboot and only have the option to log off is that you are currently running KDE (or flux) as an application under the actual command line interface. Once you change your inittab file you will be booting directly into KDE and it will then be running as a real OS. This will give you many more options than to simply log off. For example you will be able to reboot, start another session, change user etc....and I dont know how to reboot after I logout
It is also possible to reboot using one of the following commands:
and to poweroff using one of the following:Code:reboot shutdown -r
Code:poweroff halt shutdown