graph.c: set_dependencies() failed with unexpected error 131. Aborting.
I was working on installing OpenIndiana (on hardware, not in a VM). I made a live-usb drive, and it booted nicely to the desktop. I opened the Device Driver Utility; it found devices I expected it to and said I didn't need any extra drivers. Then, I spent 15-20min doing something else and not touching that computer.
At this point, OpenIndiana spontaneously crashed: the desktop disappeared and was replaced with an error message in a terminal. That's the first attached screenshot. I think the install documentation said something about "jack" being an account login, so I tried that and it didn't work.
I tried restarting, and it landed straight at the same error message without booting to the desktop or anything. I then restarted and booted from the hard drive (to Xubuntu) and then restarted again, booting from the OpenIndiana live-usb. This got me back to the desktop, as it did the first time I booted from the live-usb. I then opened the Device Driver Utility again, and left it alone to see if the crash would happen again. It did. I did not get a picture of it quickly enough, and it had some other error while sitting at the first error message -- and rebooted itself. The second screenshot is of the error message screen it showed when it finished rebooting.
Every time, the last line of the error message has been "graph.c:3088: set_dependencies() failed with unexpected error 131. Aborting.".