This is my suggestion for debugging the workflow.
Why this error is happening?
Honeybee uses a download as needed process of installation. This means it doesn’t install everything at once which gives you a better user experience when you use it by not downloading a lot of stuff that you won’t need or use in your workflows. That being said there are a number of libraries that are critical for Honeybee to run including OpenStudio master template files which Honeybee uses to load the schedules, materials, constructions and templates.
These files are hosted on GitHub under resources folder and each time the you drop the honeybee_honeybee component on canvas it checks to ensure these resources are available, otherwise it tries to download them from GitHub.
Some of the countries/networks have partially blocked access to GitHub and once Honeybee tries to download them it fails to download them successfully. This is why you get the error.
How can you solve this issue?
As @MingboPeng mentioned you can address this issue by downloading them manually and copying them to Honeybee’s working directory. To find the working directory check the output of ladybug_ladybug component. For most of the users who don’t have full permission to C drive it will be
%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\Ladybug otherwise it will be
C:\Ladybug. If you create the folder manually with full permissions Ladybug will find and picks it as the working directory.
Now to solve your problem check the working directory, copy the files manually to the folder, and restart ladybug and honeybee. This should solve the issue. If it didn’t please report the full error message as you did in your original post.