File kbd.fillup.nonpc of Package kbd

# 
# Compose tables to be loaded.
# Compose tables are good for producing characters, which can not
#  be directly input from your keyboard, such as characters with
#  accents, currency signs, ...
# Please read /usr/share/doc/packages/kbd/README.SuSE for an
#  explanation.
# You may leave this variable empty (default compose table from kernel 
#  or KEYTABLE will be used then -- most don't have one, though) 
# More than one compose table can be given. For a selection of possible
#  tables see /usr/share/kbd/keymaps/include/compose.*
# You can give more than one compose table, but only the last one will
#  determine the compose combinations.
#  The word "clear" has a special meaning:
#  Your compose table will be cleared, before more compose symbols are
#  added.
# The files compose.winkeys and shiftctrl may be used to map the 
#  <compose> key to the W*n menu key and Shift-Ctrl, respectively,
#  on a PC keyboard.
# A typical setting for Latin1 users (with a PC keyboard) may be
#  COMPOSETABLE="clear winkeys shiftctrl latin1.add"
# For latin2, this would be
#  COMPOSETABLE="clear winkeys shiftctrl latin2"
# A typical setting for sb. with a character set, where a matching 
#  compose table is missing (but with a PC keyboard), would be
#  COMPOSETABLE="winkeys shiftctrl"
# For non-PC keyboards, don't use winkeys and shiftctrl ...
#
COMPOSETABLE="clear latin1.add"