KDE shutdown menu lacks 'reboot' option
I have two computers that have Suse 10 installed on them and during the installation I chose Gnome as the default desktop. I have since switched to KDE and I have a slight problem with the 'Log off' menu. Under the 'K menu' I have 'lock session' and 'log out'. If I choose 'log out' I get the 'end of session for tparks' screen and the only options are 'end current session' and 'cancel'. I have no options to reboot or turn off the computer. If I choose end session then I go to the login screen and I can reboot or shutdown from there but that is a pain.
I just installed Suse 10 on a friend's computer and set KDE as default during the installation and he has the proper menus. Any ideas what I could be missing?