cpu: read ARM64 registers using sysctl(3) on netbsd/arm64

Use sysctl("machdep.cpu0.cpu_id") to retrieve the ARM64 cpu_id
information on netbsd/arm64. This includes the ISAR0, ISAR1 and PFR0
registers which can be parsed using existing functionality.

In order to use sysctl(3) without depending on x/sys/unix, some
functionality needed to be copied and slightly adjusted.

Change-Id: Ic9a133917ae5da516e6794f375bd7602d9bd3aa6
Reviewed-on: https://go-review.googlesource.com/c/sys/+/264378
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README.md

sys

This repository holds supplemental Go packages for low-level interactions with the operating system.

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