I usually write:
'#define N 1000000
But when I run it locally, I get segmentation fault due to stack size being too small, so I end up reducing N to something like 10000 and forget to change it back again before submitting, causing unnecessary penalties.
So is there anyway to permanently increase stack size in ubuntu?
g++ -Wl,--stack=268435456 file.cpp works in Windows.
ulimit -s unlimited only increases stack size for the specific terminal
Thanks a lot for your replies, I ended up spilling water on my laptop :(
I'll try the suggestions when (if?) My laptop gets dried.