So I have bitnami's LAMP stack running, and I have a wordpress module installed within it.
I want my wordpress installation to live at blog.example.com, and any wordpress links to remain under blog.example.com/xyz, and not to redirect to example.com/wordpress.
I've tried so many configurations of virtual hosts, and I have managed to get blog.example.com to load the wordpress landing page, but any links take me to example.com/wordpress/ (I have tried updating the site and home urls in the database). Other configurations have caused me to fall into a redirect loop when loading the page, often looking like example.com/wordpresswordpresswordpress... - I'm guessing this is caused by a rewrite condition not terminating. I've also followed the guides on the bitnami wiki (though I suspect they don't make much sense anyway).
If you know how bitnami and wordpress play together, I would really appreciate a breakdown of what I need to do to get my wordpress module behaving itself. (You can assume there's nothing to backup). Thanks :)