When sigreturn() restored a thread's context, SRR1 was being restored
to its previous value, but pcb_flags was not being touched.
This could cause a mismatch between the thread's MSR and its pcb_flags.
For instance, when the thread used the FPU for the first time inside
the signal handler, sigreturn() would clear SRR1, but not pcb_flags.
Then, the thread would return with the FPU bit cleared in MSR and,
the next time it tried to use the FPU, it would fail on a KASSERT
that checked if the FPU was disabled.
This change clears the FPU bit in both pcb_flags and frame->srr1,
as the code that restores the context expects to use the FPU trap
to re-enable it.