Current implementation of Radix MMU doesn't support mapping
arbitrary virtual addresses, such as the ones generated by
"direct mapping" I/O addresses. This caused the system to hang, when
early I/O addresses, such as those used by OpenFirmware Frame Buffer,
were remapped after the MMU was up.
To avoid having to modify mmu_radix_kenter_attr just to support this
use case, this change makes early I/O map use virtual addresses from
KVA area instead (similar to what mmu_radix_mapdev_attr does), as
these can be safely remapped later.
I'm not really sure if this is the best way to fix this, so suggestions with better approaches are welcome!