As of yesterday the Chrome beta DEB package contains the 4.0 beta version from Google Chrome.
When you want to upgrade and you followed my method described earlier in this post (reply #1)
repeat all steps (1-4) up till and including the following ciode
sudo cp opt/google/chrome /opt/ -r
The last step can only be performed when Chrome is not open at the same time.
When you restart Chrome, you wll notice it is now 220.127.116.11 version
Dev Channel Update
Friday, November 6, 2009 | 15:37
Labels: Dev updates
The Dev channel has been updated to 18.104.22.168 for all platforms (Windows, Mac, and Linux). The focus on this release has been feature polish, stability improvement, and extensions work.
[r29163, r29299] Audio playing improvements in video/audio tags. (Issues: 23974, 20945, 17703)
[r29261] Fix international keyboard handling (alt-gr, ctrl+f). (Issues: 10846, 2215, 21471)
[r29657] ~ now works in the Omnibox to expand to home directories. (Issue: 18200)
[r29857] Fix conflicts between accelerator keys and HTML DOM accesskeys. (Issue: 21624)
[r29903] Inactive pinned tabs on linux throb when the title changes. (Issue: 25308)
Text drawn over rounded corners (including buttons) is no longer blurry. This affected a variety of sites, including Google Calendar and Google Reader.
As an experiment, we've changed the way clicking in the omnibox works. Leave a comment on the bug if it bothers you.
[r26861] - Autocomplete/ select box values are not being correctly populated in Linux. As a work around you can use the up/down arrow keys to view the current selection.