If you install from source, the installation prefix very often (not entirely always) defaults to
/usr/local rather than
/usr. So assuming that you did go through the installation properly, you should be looking in /usr/local/bin.
That said, the canonical daemon name for BIND 9 is
You can try something like
find / -type f -name named -perm /111 -ls (yes, there's supposed to be a slash there) to find out where the
named executable is. The
-perm /111 will limit the results to files which have the executable bits set, and the
-type f excludes anything that is not an ordinary file.