At the time of writing, the bug has been fixed in the latest version 1.3.9 and later. If you are using an earlier version of Argo CD, you should upgrade as soon as possible. To update your copy of Argo CD, follow the instructions for the operating system that you use. For Linux users, you can use the official package manager or download the source code and compile it. For Windows users, the best option is to download the source code and build it yourself.
What is Argo CD?
Argo CD is an open source, cross-platform software library that provides many high-quality audio and MIDI features such as sound synthesis, sample playback, score playback, MIDI input/output, etc. It supports many operating systems including Linux and Windows.
There are many ways to use Argo CD. You can make your own programs using its API or use it as a plugin for your existing program. Or you can just listen to the music that you create with Argo CD.
Install Argo CD Ubuntu 18.04
If you don't have a Linux system available, you can download and install Argo CD on your Windows, Mac or Ubuntu 18.04 based machine by following the instructions below:
1) Install Ubuntu 18.04 with the default settings and make sure that you have access to internet via an ethernet cable or WiFi connection
2) Open a terminal window and run the following commands in order:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:arago-project/ppa
sudo apt update -y
sudo apt install arago-project-1.3.9+dvdreadersdk2
Once you have installed the latest version of Argo CD onto your Ubuntu 18.04 computer, launch it from the Dashboard app to check if it is functioning properly
Update Argo CD From Source Code
If you are running Argo CD version 1.3.7 or earlier, you should upgrade as soon as possible to the latest version. If you are running an older version of Argo CD, you can get the source code and update your copy manually.
Steps for updating Argo CD from source code:
1) Unpack the archive and change into the new directory.
2) Install dependencies.
sudo apt-get install build-essential libtool autotools-dev automake pkg-config libssl-dev libffi-dev bison flex
3) Compile and run make to create a binary file that runs on your system:
4) You should now have a new binary file called argo_cd which is ready to be distributed or run on your system.
Install latest Argo CD
The bug in Argo CD 1.3.9 has been fixed in the latest version 1.3.9 and later, so you should upgrade as soon as possible.
Install the latest version of Argo CD
In order for Argo to load, it requires Java 8. If your Java 7 is out of date, you should update your copy of Java. To update your copy of Java, follow the instructions for the operating system that you use. For Linux users, you can use the official package manager or download the source code and compile it. For Windows users, the best option is to download the source code and build it yourself.