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I have 11.10 32-bit on an Asus A6V. I installed Wine 1.3 from the Software Center 1 week ago.

Today I ran a system update and it appears that a package (Microsoft Windows Compatibility Layer (Binary Emulator and Library)) requires the installation of another package from an uncertified source, causing the update to fail.

What should I do?

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closed as too localized by James Feb 29 '12 at 18:43

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OP decided to remove the package. Hence this question is officially abandoned. – Nitin Venkatesh Feb 29 '12 at 18:31

update your gpg keys or wait for the next update cycle(you could probably just reboot). if you got it from software center, it probably(i've never seen it) won't require unsigned packages. sometimes downloading a package borks and something gets corrupted.

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you have to see better!wine is in Ubuntu software center!What is gpg keys?? – sasyna Oct 25 '11 at 13:34
i meant i've never seen a package in software center require unsigned packages. gpg keys are how the packages are signed. – RobotHumans Oct 25 '11 at 13:41
ok! thank you. I have decided to remove this package! – sasyna Oct 25 '11 at 14:14

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