I did install Ollama for Emacs. Ollama runs AI locally on your machine. You can install AI models you want to use.
After some trial and error I found out how to install it in Doom Emacs. I did add this directory:


And copied ollama.el into it. Tip: you can set the Ollama language model by change this line in ollama.el:

(defcustom ollama:model "llama2-uncensored"

I just changed it to codeup.

Now you are ready to insert it into the config file: .config/doom/init.el. Just add the following into the :tools section: ollama.

Now run ./doom sync in the Emacs



Finally you can use the Ollama functions in Doom Emacs by pressing “M-x” and type in “ollama”.
Have fun!