locate google before
locate is a ton faster than
find because it searches a database rather than the filesystem. However, if the database has not been updated since you installed the files,
locate won't know about them.
Even easier would likely be to look at how you installed it. If you used MacPorts, then use
port contents PORT_NAME to find out what all was installed by the port. If you used an installer package, then look either in
/var/log/install.log to see where it installed things, or look at the package receipt in
lsbom will likely come in handy).
Once you know where it was installed, you can update your
PATH: add a line to your
.profile that exports a new
PATH, and then
It's likely it got installed to a normal place, so it might just magically work if you add this line to your
.profile and then