When initializing the device model for a PCI pass through device that
uses MSI-X, bhyve reads the MSI-X capability from the real device to
save a copy in the emulated PCI config space. It also saves a copy in
a local struct msixcap on the stack. Since struct msixcap is packed,
GCC complains that casting a pointer to the struct to a uint32_t
pointer may result in an unaligned pointer.
This path is not performance critical, so to appease the compiler,
simply change the pointer to a char * and use memcpy to copy the 4
bytes read in each iteration of the loop.