To talk to the API of your code hosting service, Git Town needs to know which code hosting service (GitHub, Gitlab, Bitbucket, etc) you use. Git Town can automatically figure out the code hosting driver by looking at the URL of the origin remote. In cases where that's not successful, for example when using private instances of code hosting services, you can tell Git Town which code hosting service you use via the code-hosting-driver preference. To set it, run

git config [--global] git-town.code-hosting-driver <driver>

The optional --global flag applies this setting to all Git repositories on your local machine. When not present, the setting applies to the current repo. <driver> can be "github", "gitlab", "gitea", or "bitbucket".