I know that you all will be mad with a simple question like this, but I was unable to find a clear answer, therefore I risk to bother :) Yes, I have read Changing_The_Site_URL, but could not find what I need...
In simple terms: I would like to have a wordpress installation on a bitnami server, sitting on my local (linux) machine, which would be linked transparently for the user to the company intranet (personal) website.
In detail: What I have running is a bitnami installation on http://mymachine:8080/wordpress. I can place a .htaccess on the intranet website (but not much, e.g. no wordpress itself): say http://intranet/user. I would like the user to type in the intranet address (http://intranet/user) and get to the wordpress on mymachine:8080/wordpress.
Now to the trouble:
I have set up a HTTP 301 redirection and that works, however, the address in the browser and all the wordpress addresses (RSS,etc) point to the mymachine address. This is not what I want, as I need to be able to replace the local machine and the user should not see any change.
I have tried setting the "WP_HOME"/"WP_SITEURL" of the wordpress and a making a 301 redirect in the intranet .htaccess, but the site is then either not visible or it still points to the mymachine.
Is there something more I should set up?
Thanks a lot!