Go vet range variable captured by func literal when using go routine inside of for each loop

I’m not really sure what a ‘func literal’ is thus this error is confusing me a bit. I think I see the issue - I’m referencing a range value variable from inside a new go routine thus the value might change at anytime and not be what we expect. What’s the best way to solve the issue?

The code in question:

func (l *Loader) StartAsynchronous() []LoaderProcess {
    for _, currentProcess := range l.processes {
        cmd := exec.Command(currentProcess.Command, currentProcess.Arguments...)
        log.LogMessage("Asynchronously executing LoaderProcess: %+v", currentProcess)
        go func() {
            output, err := cmd.CombinedOutput()
            if err != nil {
                log.LogMessage("LoaderProcess exited with error status: %+v\n %v", currentProcess, err.Error())
            } else {
                log.LogMessage("LoaderProcess exited successfully: %+v", currentProcess)
                currentProcess.Log.LogMessage(string(output))
            }
            time.Sleep(time.Second * TIME_BETWEEN_SUCCESSIVE_ITERATIONS)
        }()
    }
    return l.processes
}

My proposed fix:

func (l *Loader) StartAsynchronous() []LoaderProcess {
    for _, currentProcess := range l.processes {
        cmd := exec.Command(currentProcess.Command, currentProcess.Arguments...)
        log.LogMessage("Asynchronously executing LoaderProcess: %+v", currentProcess)
        localProcess := currentProcess
        go func() {
            output, err := cmd.CombinedOutput()
            if err != nil {
                log.LogMessage("LoaderProcess exited with error status: %+v\n %v", localProcess, err.Error())
            } else {
                log.LogMessage("LoaderProcess exited successfully: %+v", localProcess)
                localProcess.Log.LogMessage(string(output))
            }
            time.Sleep(time.Second * TIME_BETWEEN_SUCCESSIVE_ITERATIONS)
        }()
    }
    return l.processes
} 

But does that really solve the problem? I’ve just moved the reference from the range variable to a different local variable whose value is based off of the iteration of the for each loop that I’m in.