[release-branch.go1.20] crypto/x509: properly gate test on macos version

Fixes the gating of TestIssue51759 by shelling out to sw_vers to check
what version of macOS we are on.

For #64677
Fixes #65379

Change-Id: I5eef4fa39e5449e7b2aa73864625c3abf002aef8
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(cherry picked from commit 400e24a8be852e7b20eb4af1999b28c20bb4ea21)
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