I didn't install apache. I also have ssh installed.
Do apache and ssh come by default with Ubuntu?
I do have LAMPP but I thought I had kept it disabled. Yet, I can see an apache initial page that shows that it's working.
Apache does not install by default (But it could be installed with another program if apache is a depedency). If apache is running anyone can connect to it (If you have not blocked)
If you don't want apache, run
If you want to stop apache from starting at boot time, run
Here's the answer guys. Apache get installed when I installed "libapache2-mod-mono". Its a package which you can use to deploy aspx pages. It installs apache2.2 and all apache dependencies you need to run a simple web server.
The default path of server will be "/var/www"
I unknowingly did that. If you need to remove apache 2.2 then you have to remove only "libapache2-mod-mono" and it will remove apache2.2 and its dependencies.