HT204088 OS X Mavericks caused my mac to shut down. How do you resolve this issue?

OS X Mavericks caused my mac to shut down. How do you resolve this issue?

Some crappy software you have installed caused your Mac to shut down. Boot into safe mode and see if you have a kernel panic log  in Console, System Diagnostic Messages. If so, post it here.

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