I dual-boot my computer with Windows/Linux because there are still a few programs that I haven't gotten working on Windows (and vice versa). This week, I took the plunge and installed OpenFOAM (in a later post) and MakeHuman. I had been nervous about installing MakeHuman because of the python warning on the web site.
I'm sure some configurations will cause problems, but in my case, I haven't experienced any problems. Once I finished, I realized 'Installation' is not accurate. Download the zipped files from the web site and extract them wherever you want--no installation is actually required. The entire process takes less than 5 minutes (YMMV).
I get a chuckle out of the nudity warning. In our litigious society, I'm sure there is a reason for the warning; it still makes me laugh.