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I am trying to test MongoDB and I have it all downloaded and moved into the root folder. I can navigate to the folder that holds the mongod, but when I try to run it by typing "mongod" into my terminal, I get a message that says:

"mongod: command not found"

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You can either specify the path in one of the following files: .profile, .bashrc, or .bash_profile

export PATH="$PATH:/usr/local/mongodb/bin"

After the above command call the daemon or the shell directly

mongod 

mongo

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You have to specify the path in the command prompt. The default path is C:/Program Files/MongoDB/Server/4.2/bin/mongod

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