On Wed, 2 Oct 2013 10:53:00 -0700 (PDT)
mbkv <mani.bak...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I am unable to clone a specific repository with submodules.
> $ git clone --recursive
> https://www.github.com/lagadic/visp_auto_tracker.git
^^^ notice https://

> 'flashcode_mbt' (git://github.com/lagadic/flashcode_mbt.git)
> github.com[0:]: errno=Connection timed out
> Clone of 'git://github.com/lagadic/flashcode_mbt.git' into submodule
> path 'flashcode_mbt' failed

^^^ notice git://

Access to the main repository proceeds via the HTTP protocol which (by
default) work on TCP port 443.
Native Git protocol, which is used to fetch the failing submodule
uses TCP port 9418 which is supposedly firewalled in your environment.

Not sure how to fix.  Supposedly clone w/o --recursive then somehow
hack the submodule description file and run `git submodule update`
or whatever applies.

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