Where can I set
mysql to do not start automatically? Or start when asked for it instead?
BootUp-Manager worked for me very well disabling autostart of both services.
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Ubuntu uses both
sysvinit as well as
upstart for runlevel.
What you can do for
apache2 as I think apache2 doesnot have
upstart configuration is:
update-rc.d -f apache2 remove
mysql. You need to edit
Search for line
start on and comment it with
#start on runlevel 
Basically scripts and configuration which are started are located on
/etc/init/ is for upstart configuration
Also you can use
BootUp-Manager [Graphical Application] to disable services of
/etc/init.d/ but I donot think it works for
sudo apt-get install bum