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I'm not sure why you'd get that error if you installed SolidPython. Did you follow the instructions here?


Once you have done the sudo python setup.py --install step, it should load easily. You can test it by simply opening python and typing "import solid" (ctrl-D to exit). If the module doesn't exist, it simply means it wasn't installed properly.

One thing to try is to clone the github repo, and simply put the "solid" directory next to the script. "import solid" will first look for a subdirectory where you are named "solid", and if it doesn't find it, it will go look some place like /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/ or /usr/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/solid. If you have a "solid" directory where you run the script, it won't matter if it installed properly.

By the way, python a wonderful, and simple programming language. Don't be afraid of it :) If you have any prior programming experience at all, it will be fairly straightforward to learn what you need for this.