Problem with Python (x,y) 2.7.10.0 and GDAL

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Juan de la Figuera

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Feb 6, 2016, 4:57:49 AM2/6/16
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Hi to all,

And thanks to Gabi. I am a linux python user and I had really given up trying to work on windows with python (or trying to convince my colleagues that only run Windows).

I am having a problem with the 2.7.10.0 release. I have installed it in W7 32bits, W7 64bits and W8.1 64bits. In all of them, I cannot use the osgeo library.

For example, when trying
from osgeo import gdal

I get a dll not found error. In fact, trying to run ogr2ogr (or any of the other executables in the gdal folder) from the Python2.7/Lib/site-packages/osgeo folder, it complains that it is missing cares-90-mt.dll. Inspecting any of them, they are also missing gpsvc.dll and ieshims.dll.

Any help would be appreciated.

Best regards,
Juan 

Gabi Davar

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Feb 6, 2016, 5:52:30 PM2/6/16
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Hi Juan,

cares-90-mt.dll is part of the pycares plugin. Please re-run the installer and make sure it is selected. I usually recommend to install all plugins by default.

 
-gabi

Juan de la Figuera

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Feb 7, 2016, 2:48:05 PM2/7/16
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It worked great, thanks!

Juan de la Figuera

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Feb 7, 2016, 2:48:05 PM2/7/16
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Worked like a charm!

Juan
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