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I've been trying to find a solution to this issue, but couldn't find anything. I've installed OS4GEOW using the Django Docs

But I get the following error: File "C:\Python36\lib\site-packages\django\contrib\gis\gdal\libgdal.py", line 49, in <module> lgdal = CDLL(lib_path) File "C:\Python36\lib\ctypes\__init__.py", line 348, in __init__ self._handle = _dlopen(self._name, mode) OSError: [WinError 127] The specified procedure could not be found

I've modified the C:\Python36\lib\site-packages\django\contrib\gis\gdal\libgdal.py file, so it contains this line: lib_names = [str('gdal201'), str('gdal202'), str('gdal111'), str('gdal110'), str('gdal19')]

instead of:

lib_names = [str('gdal201'), str('gdal20'), str('gdal111'), str('gdal110'), str('gdal19')]

gdalinfo --version returns: GDAL 2.2.4, released 2018/03/19

I also have GDAL=="2.2.4" python package installed.

My path contains: C:\Python36\Scripts\ C:\Python36\ C:\OSGeo4W\bin

My C:\OSGeo4W\bin folder contains gdal202.dll which in details says 2.2.4 version.

But it still doesn't run, would be glad for anykind of pointers/help because I'm kind of lost with GDAL Python 3.6 combo.

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According to the Docs, GDAL 2.2 is not supported for Django 1.11.

Try upgrading Django to Version >= 2.0 or downgrade GDAL to 2.1.

  • It is though :) – Tusk Jul 14 '18 at 8:54
  • Are you sure? When I look at the Django docs for Django 1.11, GDAL 2.2 is not in the list (it does show up, however, if you change the docs version to django 2.0 or above). The link above takes you to the 1.11 version of the docs. – yellowcap Jul 16 '18 at 11:04
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After a few days I've remembered that Windows now has integrated linux environment. All of my problems have been fixed, and I can recommend just installing Ubuntu via the Window Store and just install python/related packages there, I have my DB and IDE and files still outside the 'linux' environment and it works great and easy.

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