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I have a Pi 4 that has a relatively old card in it, so it had the "small" /boot partition. I noticed the message recently

You do not have enough space in /boot to install this package.
Skipping Pi 4 support

So I decided to buy a new card, create the proper sized partitions and rsync everything over. That's in progress now. Once that's done, how can I "redo" the upgrade that skipped pi 4 support and have it do the right thing?

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  • apt upgrade again should do it Commented Jun 11, 2020 at 22:57
  • apt-get upgrade didn't seem to do anything new.
    – nsayer
    Commented Jun 11, 2020 at 23:06
  • How did you ever boot the pi4 with such an old image in the first place!!! Commented Jun 11, 2020 at 23:10
  • I've been updating and upgrading all along. The stuff on the card isn't old. Just the partition table.
    – nsayer
    Commented Jun 11, 2020 at 23:35
  • Oh - raspberry pi don't recommend upgrading major releases - though, to be fair, I've gonce from wheezy to jessie to stretch to buster on my first pi without ever having an issue - it takes planning, like expanding the boot partition BEFORE upgrading to whichever version had the bigger partition - it's still odd that you ever ran this image without pi 4 support on a pi 4 - I wonder if apt-get dist-upgrade --fix-missing would help (never broken apt myself, so ...) Commented Jun 12, 2020 at 0:05

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It appears

apt-get install --reinstall raspberrypi-bootloader\* raspberrypi-kernel\*

is the solution.

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