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Installing Adobe Flash on Google Chrome on Ubuntu

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I am having a heck of a time installing Adobe Flash on Google Chrome 9.0.597.98 in Ubuntu 10.10 64-bit. Can someone give me some detailed instructions, for a Linux newbie?
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Tried both and nothing. I don't have any errors to give you - everything seemed to work. Ideas?

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Is it working with Firefox??
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Flash isn't the problem - Netflix and Microsoft just are playing nice with Linux.
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