Thanks, indeed that was exactly the problem. Had to go back and do this (or 
so it seemed):

# wget -O - | python

After that, I went through the "apt-get install" steps (python, 
python-setuptools, python-dev, etc).

Proceeded with the site setup instructions, and now I'm stuck on getting 
the apache2 server running. :-)


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