root@randy:/etc # ifconfigYes!
I unplugged the Ethernet Cable and plugged it in again and now the re0 card is working again!!!!
hostname="randy.bsd.net" #ifconfig_re0="DHCP" #ifconfig_re0_ipv6="inet6 accept_rtadv" ifconfig_igc0="DHCP" ifconfig_igc0_ipv6="inet6 accept_rtadv" sshd_enable="YES" ntpd_enable="YES" dumpdev="AUTO" kld_list="if_igc nvidia-modeset" zfs_enable="YES" dbus_enable="YES" linux_enable="NO" cupsd_enable="YES" usb_enable="YES" webcamd_enable="YES" autofs_enable="YES" devfs_system_ruleset="localrules" devfs_system_ruleset="system" devfs_system_ruleset="devfsrules" ubuntu_enable="YES"
kld_listline back and forth. Loading the igc module is harmless if the interface is not configured in rc.conf.
Well, I rebooted and had to comment out any of the igc stuff and uncomment the re0 stuff after I had to use the zfs set readonly=off zroot/ROOT/default process to be able to change the rc.conf file. So, I'm back on the internet using the re0 card now. Darn, after all of the thoughts and trial and errors, I'm of the mindset it is some little thing that has blocked all of our tries.Not if you reboot.
I'm not sure why you think this, I'm using FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE. stable/13 (that's the name of the git branch) users don't need to copy anything, they already have the driver.I remember a Shkhln post #47 mentioned that when on 13.0-Stable the intel 1225 driver worked.