Raising the main solo isn't too tough, you just have to make sure you've prepped everything before hoisting. Start by lubing the sail track and removing the sail feeder as mentioned above. Also make sure the boat is pointed directly into the wind. Unroll the sail and lay it on the tramp. Slide it forward so the bolt rope is pulled near the front crossbar and in line with the opening in the mast track. Push the boom over to one side so it's clear of the sail. If everything works as planned, you can just grab the halyard and walk backwards until the sail is fully hoisted and the halyard ring engages the hook although, sometimes the batten caps will get stuck under the tiller crossbar and you'll have to pop them free.
If the sail gets hung up feeding into the track, walk forward (hand over hand on the halyard so the sail doesn't drop) step up onto the tramp, clear the jam, and then continue hoisting.