syscall: correctly generate accept on linux/arm

CL 457995 introduced syscall_linux_accept.go which is used on linux/arm
to generate accept and use it in Accept. However, that CL forgot to
include the file in the list of files used with to generate
the syscall wrappers. This lead to accept no longer being generated when
re-running on linux/arm.

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