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How can I find out where the MySQL is installed on Mac OS X 10.7.9? I am having the MAMP installed so I assume that it is bundled with this install?

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To check MySQL version of the MAMP, use the below command in the Terminal:

/Applications/MAMP/Library/bin/mysql --version

Assume you have started the MAMP.

Example output:

./mysql  Ver 14.14 Distrib 5.1.44, for apple-darwin8.11.1 (i386) using  EditLine wrapper

Furthermore, if you want to find where does the MySQL installed in the system, use the below command:

type -a mysql

type -a it is an equivalent of tclsh built-in command where in the OS X bash shell. When MySQL is detected, it will display:

mysql is /usr/bin/mysql

If not detected, it will show:

-bash: type: mysql: not found

By default, MySQL will not be installed in Mac OS X.

For the XAMPP, the command should be:

/Applications/XAMPP/xamppfiles/bin/mysql --version

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