The -g option overrides the group ownership of the files in the specified directories with the specified group name.
The -u option overrides the user ownership of the files in the specified directories with the specified user name.
The --prefix option adds the specified directory to the destination path. For example, if you installed files to "/opt/foo" and wanted to build a distribution that installed the files in "/usr/local", the following command would generate a file list that is installed in "/usr/local":
mkepmlist --prefix=/usr/local /opt/foo >foo.list
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