Installation errors on HPC for MRtrix3Tissue

Hi all,

I’m try to install MRtrix3 Tissue on HPC, while it shows

Detecting OS: linux
Looking for compiler [clang++]: not found
Looking for compiler [g++]: g++ (GCC) 10.2.0
Checking for C++11 compliance: ok
Checking shared library generation: ok
Detecting pointer size: 64 bit
Detecting byte order: little-endian
Checking for variable-length array support: ok
Checking for non-POD variable-length array support: not found
Checking for ::max_align_t: 16 bytes
Checking for std::max_align_t: 16 bytes
Checking for Eigen3 library: 3.3.9
Checking for zlib compression library: 1.2.7
Checking for "JSON for Modern C++" requirements: 
ERROR: runtime error!

   Unable to configure JSON for modern C++

  See the file 'configure.log' for details. MRtrix3Tissue is a fork of the
  MRtrix3 project. The functionality of the configure script is unmodified,
  so when experiencing problems with this script, you might be able to find
  assistance in the MRtrix3 community forum at
  Make sure to include the full contents of the 'configure.log' file to
  enable community members to help you efficiently. If you believe there are
  bugs or other issues with the script, it might be useful to flag these to
  MRtrix3 developers as well, as bug fixes are likely to be useful to both
  MRtrix3 and MRtrix3Tissue.

And I checked the log file, the error part shows

REPORT: 1.2.7

REPORT: Checking for "JSON for Modern C++" requirements:

COMPILE /tmp/tmp8vb2ts6k.cpp:

#include "file/json.h"
int main (int argc, char* argv[])
  nlohmann::json json;
  json["key"] = "value";

CMD: g++ -c -std=c++11 -DMRTRIX_BUILD_TYPE="release version with nogui" -pthread -fPIC -DMRTRIX_WORD64 -DMRTRIX_NO_NON_POD_VLA -I/lustre/scratch/scratch/skgtyze/MRtrix3tissueDownload/MRtrix3Tissue/core /tmp/tmp8vb2ts6k.cpp -o /tmp/tmp8vb2ts6k.o

CMD: g++ /tmp/tmp8vb2ts6k.o -Wl,--sort-common,--as-needed -pthread -lz -o a.out

CMD: ./a.out
./a.out: /usr/lib64/ version `GLIBCXX_3.4.21' not found (required by ./a.out)

I’m not profesisonal in cpp, so I would expect if anyone could give me advice on this issue.