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Bamboo - Won't get the correct version of my submodule


I have git 1.9.4, bamboo 6.1.1, and bitbucket 4.14.9 running on Linux boxes not connected to the internet

We have 2 Repositories  one is the main_project and the other is a submodule that is used by the main_project.  The log shows it successfully checking out the correct submodule SHA# and when I go to the test space it has the correct SHA# for the submodule.  But when I do a git status it shows that there are commits missing from the submodule (needing a git submodule update)

It use to work but there was a change in the submodule and now my tests are failing

When I enabled submodules  it tried to get the submodule but it failed authentication


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said to use 6.3 but I'm stuck at 6.1.1

and I can't save SSH keys because my bamboo is root and I don't have that kind of permissions


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