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Wow -- very interested in this python method, though it means learning python for me. ;-)

I'm having trouble getting up and running. I'm not familiar with setting up specific python dependencies, but I have installed solidPython (which required installing setupTools). Otherwise, I'm running a stock Python 2.7.3 on Debian Wheezy.

When I run:

python generic_tray.py [40,25,70] [30,100,60,60]

I get:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "generic_tray.py", line 43, in
from solid import *
ImportError: No module named solid

I think this is the same error I got before I installed solidPython, but I can't be sure -- it's scrolled out of my terminal because I'd forgotten to set the buffer to unlimited. I had assumed the "no module named solid" meant I had a missing dependency and solidPython seemed like a logical candidate for that. Apparently not though.

Anyway, as I mentioned, I'm not familiar with python and that's both in programming and in basic usage. Could you give some pointers on how I can get my system set up to work properly, so I can go on to the next step of figuring out how to do it?