You've got a unsupported version of Wine already and that doesn't seem to be working for you so I'd suggest another unsupported version from the ubuntu-wine PPA. The repo has taken to adding Pulseaudio patches for Wine so that the sound is much more reliable. It's the version I've been using for ages and it does Just Work™ 99% of the time.
Unfortunately for you the PPA doesn't support Lucid any more but you can grab the for-Oneiric packages directly from:
If you're on a 32bit install you want the two files:
[ ] wine_1.5.13-0ubuntu1_i386.deb 14-Sep-2012 21:02 916
[ ] wine1.5_1.5.13-0ubuntu1_i386.deb 14-Sep-2012 21:02 1.0M
Or if you're on 64bit:
[ ] wine_1.5.13-0ubuntu1_amd64.deb 14-Sep-2012 21:02 918
[ ] wine1.5_1.5.13-0ubuntu1_amd64.deb 14-Sep-2012 21:02 1.1M
Obviously those filenames will change with time but the concept is you want a
wine_<full-version>.deb and a
wine<major-version>_<full-version>.deb file. The first depends on the second and is there to fulfil dependencies for other things that require
Anyway, download what you need. Open a terminal,
cd to where they downloaded and run
sudo dpkg -i wine*.deb (assuming there are no other Wine debs lying around - delete them if there are).