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Do you know the GLIBC version installed on your system? This post may help you: http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/176489/how-to-update-glibc-to-2-14-in-centos-6-5
Well the installation seemed to have simply ran into an error allowing the installation window to change to the "Finish" screen. I had to end process (end task did nothing) and reinstall. Thankfully, the .exe file immediately gave the me option to reinstall. If you run into this bug, ensure that you end process and reinstall with the .exe file that you ...
In this other post, somebody mentions doing: sudo ln -s /usr/lib/libproj.so.0 /usr/lib/libproj.so Which absolutely fixed the same error (ERROR 6: Unable to load PROJ.4 library (libproj.so)) for me.
I think you mix up OSGEo4W and MS4W. These are different packages for Windows. OSGeo4W is a source for several FOSS4G project, among other MapServer and QGIS. MS4W contains programs, tools necessary to run/maintain a MapServer instance on Windows (Apache, Mapserver, Mapserver utilities, several libraries). You can use any of them but do not mix them up.
The problem is that with easy_install GDAL, the script try to first install the last version of GDAL (2.0.1) with many errors (answer of Kersten) while what you want are the Python bindings of GDAL 1.11 Therefore, you have to look for and download the Python bindings of GDAL 1.11 and after CFLAGS=`/path of/gdal-config --cflags` LDFLAGS=`/path of ...
If you want to compile GDAL from source you will need to fulfill all its dependencies. Unless you explicitly need to compile it from source I would advise to use a pre-built binary. On OsX the most popular (and probably easiest) way to install GDAL is via the kyngchaos.com binaries. Alternatively if you use (Ana)Conda you can also install GDAL binaries ...
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