Usually mysql is located at /usr/local/mysql in the terminal window.
Using Terminal, get to /usr/local/mysql/bin
'ls' will give you the list of files in the folder
> On 10/6/06, Chris Elhardt <celhardt@stripped> wrote:
>> apologize for the newbie question.
>> installed mySQL 4 some time ago, and just played around with it in
>> terminal. Now that I really need to learn some database, I can't get
>> it to start in terminal. it autostarts; I can see it in the activity
>> monitor as a background process. but when I try to invoke it from
>> Term I get a 'cmd not found' message.
>> trying to figure out what I'm doing wrong:
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