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How to Install Adobe Flash Player 64-bit on Ubuntu 8.10

I heard that Adobe flesh player 64-bit for Linux is out, how do I install it on Ubuntu?

I'm a new Ubuntu user so please keep it clear and simple.

Thank you very much.

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