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According to this post: How to Install GDal Bindings for C# It says all I have to do to get GDal working is install with NuGet package, and then call ConfigureGdal(). So I did the basic steps, and it fails. Here is what I did:

I create new .net CORE 2.0 solution.

I go to Project -> Manage NuGet Packages.

I install GDal Core 1.0.

I look at the Solution Explorer and find that GDalConfigure.cs did not get automatically created.

As such, if I try to call GdalConfiguration.ConfigureGdal(), I get an error because it doesn't exist.

Anyone got any ideas?

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you can call Gdal.AllRegister() instead of GdalConfiguration.ConfigureGdal()

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