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That means that apache is working. Were you expecting something other than the apache test page?
How is this related to your initial question about what to do with the bash prompt? Are you wanting to know how to configure apache or setup a web page?
Without more information including some context, there is little chance anyone can help.
Here's story, i have one opportunity, but i'm totally noob at linux, but want to learn, one job have that chance, then i got from them this task ssh://support:firstname.lastname@example.org:9022 and nothing else, so i logged in with putty finally, but still don't know what, where and who, they're not giving any hints what shall i do, supposed to find the way by myself. That's the story, i need some lessons, so i'm hoping u can help me.
It seems to me that you do not know what you were really expecting, or what to do to change anything.
And the people here are willing to help, but cannot tell you anything useful without more information, probably a lot more information.
So maybe you could tell us about the system as a starting point. No need for a lot of technical details that you probably don't know anyway. So maybe just tell us what version of Linux it is running, how it was installed, how you want to use it, what you want to do with it.