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I was not able to use Illuminated Cloud on Mac since it required to enter Salesforce DX executable path which I don't know.

When I installed SFDX by downloading and executing installer https://developer.salesforce.com/media/salesforce-cli/sfdx-osx.pkg, it never asked me for a folder to install, so I didn't understand where it was installed.

How do I find where SFDX executable is installed to paste it here?

  • Welcome to Ask Different :) How did you install Salesforce DX? – Nimesh Neema Aug 2 at 13:42
  • by downloading installer developer.salesforce.com/tools/sfdxcli and then running it – Patlatus Aug 2 at 13:45
  • I just notice it's you who typed the answer as well. Did that work for you? – Nimesh Neema Aug 2 at 13:46
  • yes, I copied the answer from this question salesforce.stackexchange.com/questions/272125/… and combined my previous approach and the simpler way suggested – Patlatus Aug 2 at 13:49
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From https://salesforce.stackexchange.com/questions/272125/how-do-i-find-sfdx-cli-default-installation-folder-on-mac:

The simplest way is the type a command

which sfdx 

in Terminal.

/usr/local/bin/sfdx

Another (longer and more complicated) way (which I initially used) is to type command

find / -iname sfdx 

in the Terminal and search in the results for the actual path

/usr/local/lib/sfdx/bin/sfdx

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