openssl can use a PKCS#11 interface in some scenarios, but you won't need it
for what you want to do.
I'd advise you to get the actual PKCS#11 standard document. For each function,
there is always some sample code included.
On Monday 28. April 2014 23:32:21 you wrote:
> Need some basic level example that will demonstrate how to load keys and
> certificates from a smart-card or any other PKCS #11 token. I want to write
> and read encryption key from smart card.
> If any one has used smart cards with there applications kindly share some
> beginners level how-to-tutorials/api's(openssl etc).
> OS - Linux
> Programming Language - C
> Smart Cards - Contact
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