Upon upgrading from Maverick to Natty (development) it broke the Wine PPA. Deleting it and adding it again (though it says Natty in it's address) is broken. Update manager moans about not being able to get all packages etc.
I keep getting weird errors from launchpad when I try and copy the Maverick packages to Natty for the PPA:
I have no idea what this error means but apparently it doesn't mean there are binaries in the destination archive.
So, until I (or Launchpad) fixes this, no Natty Wine packages.
UPDATE: I am now doing binary copies (not rebuilds) of the maverick packages to Natty. This should work until Natty gets multiarch (which it may not), then I'll have to do a proper fork.
UPDATE: as of now the Wine PPA for Natty works just fine. I will discontinue it when Natty becomes unsupported, and possibly earlier if there's another compelling reason.
It looks like there is no ppa for wine for Ubuntu Natty yet. Did you try to purge ubuntu-wine ppa and then try to add it again(wine ppa for maverick)? what about wine version in official Ubuntu repository?
Yes, it seems to be there (there is "natty" dir in http://ppa.launchpad.net/ubuntu-wine/ppa/ubuntu).
But I still use Maverick Wine 1.3 PPA (because there was no for Natty when I've started using it) with Natty (Xubuntu 11.04) and everything works at least as fine as default 1.2 does.
to your /etc/apt/sources.list.